Here's what happened at Club Evoque this morning

But a spokesman for Lancashire Fire and Rescue has reassured the public saying that White Watch were taking part in a training exercise.

But a spokesman for Lancashire Fire and Rescue has reassured the public saying that White Watch were taking part in a training exercise.

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Several fire engines attended club Evoque in the centre of Preston causing some concern to passersby this morning.

But a spokesman for Lancashire Fire and Rescue has reassured the public saying that White Watch were simply taking part in a training exercise.

But a spokesman for Lancashire Fire and Rescue has reassured the public saying that White Watch were taking part in a training exercise.

But a spokesman for Lancashire Fire and Rescue has reassured the public saying that White Watch were taking part in a training exercise.

Preston Watch Manager Mark Woodward said: "The teams were taking part in Breathing Apparatus and Emergency Air Supply Equipment training at the club.

"The exercise wasn't specifically for a nightclub incident but it helps us train in safe disco smoke and it's good to get to know the layout of the building."

But a spokesman for Lancashire Fire and Rescue has reassured the public saying that White Watch were taking part in a training exercise.

But a spokesman for Lancashire Fire and Rescue has reassured the public saying that White Watch were taking part in a training exercise.