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In a late-night incident, authorities responded to an explosion suspected to have originated from a drug lab in Chester Hill. NSW Police and firefighters were called to the scene on Curtis Road following reports of a blast at 1.15am. Upon arrival, no fire was found, but a pungent acetone smell lingered in the air, hinting at the presence of hazardous materials.

The aftermath of the explosion revealed the remnants of an underground drug lab, raising concerns among officials. It is believed that a resident may have been injured in the blast and subsequently fled the area. As a result, a thorough investigation has been launched, with a crime scene established to delve into the circumstances surrounding the explosion.

Authorities from Bankstown Police Area Command, supported by NSW Fire & Rescue, are actively pursuing leads related to the incident. They have urged anyone with information to come forward and assist in the investigation by contacting the police or Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.


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Article Title: Underground drug lab found after late night chemical explosion in Chester Hill
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