Fridges empty at Sainsbury's supermarket in Bamber Bridge due to 'coolant leak'

Leaking gas from a refrigeration unit caused a number of aisles to be left bare at the Sainsbury's store in Bamber Bridge.

Wednesday, 4th August 2021, 12:17 pm

A number of refrigerator aisles have been closed off to the public at the Sainsbury's store in Cuerden Way today (August 3)

Staff have reportedly told shoppers the issue is due to a gas leak in the refrigeration system.

Pictures from the store show how the aisles have been stripped of food, with staff removing perishable items from the shelves.

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A number of aisles were closed off to the public at the Sainbury's store in Bamber Bridge.

Signs placed at the end of each aisle say: "Due to unforeseen circumstances our fridges are temporarily out of use.

"Sorry for any inconvenience caused."

Sainsbury'shas been approached for comment.

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Staff reportedly told shoppers the issue was due to a gas leak in the refrigeration system.

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Aisles were stripped of food, with staff removing perishable items from the shelves.