Children were so disturbed by recent flaring at a Fife chemical plant that they wet their beds, it has been claimed.

One boy woke up believing his illuminated bedroom was on fire like scenes he had watched on the news of Grenfell Tower.

He was so frightened he has slept with his parents since the incident a month ago.

Councillor Mary Lockhart said she had heard three reports of bed wetting among local children as a result of the nine days of unplanned flaring at Fife Ethylene Plant at Mossmorran.

Although assurances have been offered over the years about air quality and pollution levels from the plant near Cowdenbeath, she said it was time that the social impact and affect on mental health was assessed.

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