Canisters containing potentially lethal aluminium phosphide have been washing up on Queensland beaches since February.
Canisters containing potentially lethal aluminium phosphide have been washing up on Queensland beaches since February. Contributed

Another toxic cannister found washed ashore at Five Rocks

ANOTHER canister containing potentially lethal aluminium phosphide was reported washed ashore at Five Rocks.

It is believed the canister was discovered a couple of weeks ago and reported to authorities this morning after a report in today's Morning Bulletin.

Queensland Fire and Rescue Service crews are at Five Rocks where they will neutralise the canister.

See tomorrow's TMB for a full report.



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