GUESTS at a luxury Scottish hotel have had to be evacuated due to concerns about possible chemical contamination.
Emergency services went to the scene at the Inchyra Hotel on Grange Road near Grangemouth when the alarm was raised at 7.30pm on Sunday.
Guests and staff were evacuated while the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) investigated the building.
It is understood no-one was injured in the incident and guests have been able to return to the hotel.
A spokesperson for the hotel’s operator Macdonald Hotels said: “Following reports of a stronger than normal smell of chlorine from the swimming pool at the Inchyra Hotel in Grangemouth, guests were initially evacuated to the car park, then accommodated in another wing of the hotel as a precaution whilst the fire brigade carried out investigations into the cause.”
SFRS sent two appliances and a specialist detection, identification and monitoring (DIM) unit to the scene.
An SFRS spokesman said: “We were called at 7.30pm on Sunday to assist as part of a multi-agency response to an incident at a hotel on Grange Road.
“Operations control sent two appliances and specialist resources to the scene.”
Firefighters left the scene at about 11pm.