A number of ambulances have been sent to the Jaguar Land Rover's giant Solihull facility today.
Video from the scene showed several emergency services in the Lode Lane area.
No information about the alert was immediately available. 19659002]. But two separate sources told BirminghamLive, it seemed to be a chemical alert on some of the factory.
Anyone who showed signs of disease was said to be "sprayed down".
The Solihull factory has state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities.
Production of the Jaguar XE, the first non-4×4 vehicle to be manufactured at the factory since 1981, started in 2015, and the factory now produces the Jaguar F-Pace.
Sir Stirling Moss, Jaguar test driver Norman Dewis and engine expert Quentin Wilson led a procession of classic Jaguar and Land Rover models to celebrate the start of the Jaguar production at Solihull, where Stirling Moss formally opened the new production facility.
Guests are also allowed to book tours on the site.
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