Novichok investigators seize vehicles from Salisbury Ambulance station

Salisbury Ambulance Station July 14th 2018

Published by The Spire FM News Team at 1:23pm 14th July 2018. (Updated at 7:29pm 14th July 2018)

It comes after the revelation some of the nerve agent was found at an address in Amesbury where the latest victims fell ill.

Vehicles have been removed from Salisbury Ambulance station as part of the Amesbury novichok poisonings.

It comes after a cordon was reportedly seen being put in place at the Odstock Road site at around 8.30am this morning (Saturday 14th July).

Salisbury Ambulance Station July 14th 2018
Military personnel were called out to help remove the ambulance as part of the investigation
Salisbury Ambulance Station July 14th 2018
It's believed the ambulance could have been used to transport Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley to hospital after they were poisoned

A vehicle from a police workshop in Swindon has also been moved today as part of the investigation:

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