Crews from County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service will be taking part in a planned training exercise at the chemical beach cliffs in Seaham today, Saturday, February 26.
An area was coned off around 9am this morning which may cause restricted parking in the Noses Point car park.
The service has reassured members of the public “do not be alarmed” as the planned exercise is carried out until around 2pm.
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A spokesperson said: “This morning, our crews will be holding a planned exercise at the chemical beach cliffs in Seaham.
“They will be coning off some of the area at around 9am which may cause restricted parking in the Noses Point car park.
“Please do not be alarmed, this is all part of the exercise. It is due to be concluded around 2pm. Thanks for your co-operation.”