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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Police have said a body found on a street in Wigan may be covered in 'hazardous substances'. The body was discovered on Kilburn Drive in Shevington at around 7pm last night (Thursday). A police cordon has been in place since, with a forensic tent erected on the road inside the tape. In an update issued on social media, local officers said that 'police believe there are potentially hazardous substances on the body'. Anyone who has been in contact with the body should seek medical help immediately, police added. READ MORE: Police tape off bloodstained apartments after 'man attacked with weapon' The scene is 'contained' and there is no risk to the wider area. A statement posted on the GMP Wigan page said: "#APPEAL | At around 7pm yesterday evening (Thursday 24 November 2022) officers were called to reports of a deceased body on Kilburn Drive, Shevington in Wigan. A forensic tent on Kilburn Drive (Image: Sean Hansford | Manchester Evening News) "Emergency services attended and sadly confirmed these reports.
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. "Police are working to identify the body and enquiries are ongoing, we are keen to speak to anyone who has any information about this incident. Police believe there are potentially hazardous substances on the body and anyone who has had direct contact with the body should speak to officers or seek medical advice immediately.
Police and detectives on Kilburn Drive (Image: MEN) "Officers are out speaking to residents and are highly visible in the area. The scene is contained, and it is believed there is no wider risk to the surrounding area. "We will keep the public updated when we have more information. Any information should be passed to us via LiveChat or by calling 101 quoting incident number 000910 of 25/11/2022." Read more of today's top stories here READ NEXT: Man phones POLICE as drivers blast their horns during 'four hour wait' to leave city centre car park Predator loan sharks 'emptied' poverty-stricken victims' bank accounts and spent their benefits Ex-firefighter guilty of child abduction after he's caught taking boys camping and sleeping at his Moment Black Friday descended into 'chaos' in Greater Manchester as police called to Tesco Grammar school PE teacher struck off after booking hotel room before having sex with former student
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