Two People Poisoned: British Anti-Terror Police Takes Over Research

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Two People Poisoned: British Anti-Terror Police Takes Over Research. In the English county of Wiltshire, two people were admitted to the hospital on Saturday night after being revealed to an “unknown substance” in Amesbury, more than ten kilometres north of Salisbury.

 

In that city, on 4 March the former Russian double spy Sergej Skripal and his daughter Joelia were poisoned. On Tuesday afternoon it became known that the anti-terror units of the police had taken over the investigation. Experts in chemical weapons examine samples of the “unknown substance”.

The two patients, a man and a woman around the age of 40, were found unconscious in their home. They are being cared for in the Salisbury hospital, their situation is worrying, according to a spokesperson for the police, says the Planet Engine.

An overdose of drugs was initially thought of, at the end of June they were already unconsciously affected after they had probably used drugs of poor quality, but now the police say they are investigating “all the pistes”. “Further research must show which substance made these people sick.”

The Wiltshire police regard the incident as a “serious incident” (major incident). Several places in and around Amesbury and Salisbury, of which the duo is suspected recently, have been dropped out of precaution. The police presence is also being boosted.

“At this frame, it is not yet clear whether a crime has been committed”, the police emphasises. She points out that she continues to stand up for all possible runs and asks everyone who has useful information to contact.

On Tuesday afternoon it became known that anti-terror units from the British police had taken over the investigation. Also, samples of the “unknown substance” were sent to investigate experts in chemical weapons in Porton Down.

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