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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 5:20 pm    Post subject: Amesbury 'Novichok' attack Charlie Rowley, Dawn Sturgess Reply with quote

If its not Novichok, perhaps it's this synthetic opiate Fentanyl
These two were, after all, apparently hard drug users
- this article one of the first from Skripal attack in March

Major chemical incident declared after 10 people vomited fentanyl and two are critically ill
A man and a woman are critically ill and a number of areas including A&E are in quarantine
https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/major-chemical-incident-decl ared-after-1299623

By Colleen Smith UPDATED 19:23, 5 MAR 2018

Police in Wiltshire have declared a major incident and a number of areas - including an A&E department at a hospital - have been quarantined and cordoned off, after 'exposure to an unknown substance' left two people fighting for their lives.

It is understood that police suspect fentanyl, a synthetic opiate many times stronger than heroin, may have been involved. A man and a woman are in a critical condition and up to 10 other people are involved.

Officers and paramedics were called to The Maltings shopping centre in Salisbury after the man and a woman fell ill. The woman, who was unconscious, was airlifted to Salisbury district hospital at about 4.15pm, while the man was taken by ambulance.


A co-ordinated multi-agency response has now been launched, and emergency service personnel - wearing full-body hazardous materials protective suits - are at the scene.

A statement on Wiltshire police's website reads : "Wiltshire Police and partners have declared a major incident after it is suspected that two people have been exposed to an unknown substance in Salisbury.

@SalisburyNHS is currently dealing with a major incident involving a small number of casualties, with a multi-agency response. We are not asking additional staff to come to site unless contacted directly.
12:09 PM - Mar 5, 2018

“Police received a call at approximately 4.15pm yesterday (4 March 2018) regarding concern for the welfare of a man and a woman in The Maltings, Salisbury.

“They were taken to Salisbury District Hospital and are being treated for suspected exposure to an unknown substance.

"They are currently in a critical condition.

“At this stage it is not yet clear if a crime has been committed and a multi-agency response has been co-ordinated.

“Police are carrying out a full investigation and working with partner agencies, to clarify the exact circumstances.

“At this stage, Wiltshire Police does not believe there is any risk to the wider public.

“Salisbury District Hospital is advising people to still attend routine appointments unless they are contacted.
“There are a number of locations in Salisbury which have been cordoned off in relation to this matter.
“Wiltshire Police will update the public as soon and as regularly as possible.
“A Public Health England (PHE) spokesman said: “Based on the limited information available there doesn’t appear to be any further immediate risk to public health.
“PHE understands that those exposed to the substances have been decontaminated, as is standard practice in situations like this.
“Scientists from PHE’s Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards, will continue to assist the response and review information as it becomes available.”
“If anyone has any information regarding this incident, they should call Wiltshire Police on 999 immediately.
“If anyone is concerned that they may have come into contact with the substance, we would advise that they contact NHS 111 for medical advice.”

What is fentanyl? And why are the police afraid it is spreading from the United States to the UK?
On the left, a lethal dose of heroin; on the right, a lethal dose of fentanyl.
Fentanyl, known as heroin's synthetic cousin, is far stronger. This picture taken by the New Hampshire State Police Forensic Laboratory shows a lethal dose of heroin, equivalent to about 30 milligrams; on the right is a 3-milligram dose of fentanyl, enough to kill an average-sized adult male.

Fentanyl is around 50 times more potent than heroin and 100 times more powerful than morphine. Most of the fentanyl making its way to America has been made, often legally, in factories in China before being shipped to criminal networks in Mexico and Canada and then smuggled over the border. Thousands of Americans have died from using fentanyl since 2013.

Police officers and even police dogs in America have accidentally overdosed by inhaling toxic fentanyl in the air while carrying out searches.

Heroin and fentanyl look identical, and with drugs purchased on the street, “you don’t know what you’re taking,” Tim Pifer, the director of the New Hampshire State Police Forensic Laboratory, said in an interview. “You’re injecting yourself with a loaded gun.”

It was recently reported that fentanyl has claimed the lives of at least 60 people in the UK over the last eight months.

Meanwhile, the Mirror reports that Salisbury Hospital has shut its A&E as it deals with a "major incident" involving up to 10 casualties after two people exposed to an unknown substance were left in a critical condition.

Firefighters were called to the hospital in Wiltshire to decontaminate an area outside the A&E department.

Emergency personnel were wearing full-body hazardous materials protective suits at the scene.

A green tent was set up and an incident response unit was on site.

It is understood that fewer than 10 people were involved in the incident - mainly members of the public - and there were no fatalities.

Dorset & Wiltshire Fire Service told the BBC they were called to the hospital this morning to decontaminate the area outside the A&E department.

Salisbury District Hospital tweeted: "Salisbury NHS is currently dealing with a major incident involving a small number of casualties, with a multi-agency response.

"We are not asking additional staff to come to site unless contacted directly."

The hospital added: "We are advising patients to attend for their scheduled appointments unless they too have been contacted directly and asked not to.

"We are asking staff who are due to work today to come to work as normal."

It advised on its website: "Please do not attend the Emergency Department (A&E) unless extremely urgent."

Wiltshire Police said it is suspected two people were exposed to an unknown substance in Salisbury.

A spokesperson said: "Police received a call at approximately 4.15pm yesterday regarding concern for the welfare of a man and a woman in The Maltings, Salisbury.

"They were taken to Salisbury District Hospital and are being treated for suspected exposure to an unknown substance. They are currently in a critical condition.

"At this stage it is not yet clear if a crime has been committed and a multi-agency response has been co-ordinated.

"Police are carrying out a full investigation and working with partner agencies, to clarify the exact circumstances.

"At this stage, Wiltshire Police does not believe there is any risk to the wider public.

"Salisbury District Hospital is advising people to still attend routine appointments unless they are contacted.

"There are a number of locations in Salisbury which have been cordoned off in relation to this matter. Wiltshire Police will update the public as soon and as regularly as possible."

A Public Health England (PHE) spokesman said: "Based on the limited information available there doesn't appear to be any further immediate risk to public health.

"PHE understands that those exposed to the substances have been decontaminated, as is standard practice in situations like this.

"Scientists from PHE's Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards, will continue to assist the response and review information as it becomes available."

Anyone who fears they may have come into contact with the substance should call NHS 111 for medical advice, said police.

Updates here as we get them...

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 5:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wiltshire Police said it was initially believed the two patients had been using heroin or crack cocaine from a contaminated batch of drugs.
But, after more tests, police declared a major incident and counter-terror police are now leading the investigation.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-44721558
So, who did these tests?

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2018 1:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

a couple of unwitting stooges to bring it all back into the headlines..just as people were warming to the great World Cup Russia have put on. The Bogey Man was beginning to look more like the Friendly Giant...
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Doctors warn of super-strength synthetic heroin on the streets of Wiltshire
Tom Seaward
http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/15893615.Doctors_warn_of_super -strength_synthetic_heroin_on_the_streets_of_Wiltshire/

DOCTORS have been warned that super-strength synthetic heroin could be circulating in Wiltshire.

It comes after the discovery last month of a batch of heroin laced with fentanyl.

Sometimes used as a prescription painkiller, the synthetic opioid comes from the same family of drugs as heroin – but can be up to 50 times more potent. Only small quantities of the drug can be taken without potentially deadly consequences.

Wiltshire Police seized drugs contaminated with Fentanyl on December 19 from a 54-year-old Frome man arrested in Devizes.

When it was tested by laboratory technicians, the 36 grams of brown powder was found to contain cyclopropyl-fentanyl, diamorphine, caffeine and paracetamol.

Change Grow Live (CGL), which supports drug addicts in Swindon, warned GPs in the town that the potentially lethal fentanyl could be circulating in Swindon.

They advised drug users not to take substances that appear “different from usual”, not to use drugs alone and to seek medical help immediately if they notice “unusual” symptoms in themselves or someone they know.

In a joint statement, CGL and Swindon Borough Council’s public health team said: “This drug alert was put out earlier this month and all the current indications are that this was an isolated incident.

“Drug alerts are commonly used to ensure that local agencies involved in the care and support of people who misuse substances are informed and able to respond to any risks appropriately.

“To date, no positive test results have been returned that confirm any presence of fentanyl.”

A town centre rough sleeper said this week that he had not heard about fentanyl circulating in batches of heroin in Swindon: “I have heard about it a couple of months ago, but it wasn’t around here. It was up north.”

Last August, the National Crime Agency said that at least 60 people had died in the previous eight months after taking fentanyl. The majority of the deaths were in Yorkshire, Humberside and Cleveland.

Det Supt Pat Twiggs of West Yorkshire Police told the BBC at the time: “People are playing Russian roulette with their lives by taking this stuff. That’s why we would strongly recommend to the drug-using community to stay away from it.

“The business is not done under lab conditions, it’s not done by scientists, it’s done in a very uncontrolled way by people seeking out profit. This is why we’re concerned when you’re dealing with such toxic chemicals.”

For support with drugs, contact CGL on 01793 401720.

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Entire family of alcoholic Amesbury victim work at local military establishments
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5928117/Novichok-victims-mothe r-says-daughter-not-given-care-Skripals-shes-alcoholic.html

Exclusive: Mother of Novichok victim says her 'lost soul' daughter is being deprived the care given to the Skripals because she's a 'nobody alcoholic' who turned to drink battling post-natal depression

By Jake Wallis Simons, Associate Global Editor, In Salisbury
11:05, 07 Jul 2018
She added: '[Caroline] is annoyed because for days the police told her that Dawn had a heart attack.

'She's on the brink of death, basically. She's done a lot of abuse to her body already.'

But despite the round-the-clock care that the two victims are receiving in the Radnor ward intensive care unit in Salisbury hospital, Caroline believes that staff are treating them like 'second-class citizens' because of their addictions.

'She feels that Dawn is not getting the same quality of treatment as the Skripals because of her background and the fact she's an alcoholic. She's seen as a nobody, really,' the family member said.

'They didn't tell her the truth. She feels like she hasn't been given the whole story.'

Caroline, a steward with security clearance who works at the RAF base Boscombe Down near Salisbury, is the main carer for Dawn's 10-year-old daughter Grace.

Her husband, Stephen Sturgess, 65, is unemployed and has a 'difficult' relationship with his eldest daughter.

Dawn's two sons, Aidan, 23, and Ewan, 19, live with their father Andrew Hope, 46, a senior systems engineer also with high-level security clearance who works at Boscombe Down.

'She's been in hospital before many times and has mental health issues so to them this is just another crisis like all the others.'

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2018 7:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Found in a perfume bottle by Charlie (Rowley)
.. Couldnt make it up.

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