Salisbury 'nerve agent' ambulance station decontaminated

Salisbury 'nerve agent' ambulance station decontaminated
 

An ambulance station in Salisbury has been decontaminated and handed back to the trust that runs it following a nerve agent attack earlier this year.
The Odstock Road site had been shut since the attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia on 4 March.
Wiltshire Council said the recovery coordinating group (RCG) put it through "extensive" testing.
However, further work is required before it can be brought back into use.
It is the second site to be handed back following decontamination. The first was the Maltings shopping centre, which reopened last week.... read more

 
31 May 2018 in Regional, Views: 34
Source: BBC
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