A new incident has occurred in the British town of Salisbury that hit the news in relation to the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy and his daughter. A man has passed out in the town center, provoking an emergency response.
The UK police have closed a road in Salisbury after a man “in his 30s” have reportedly “fallen ill” right outside the Zizzi restaurant in Wiltshire, where the former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, dined on the day of the chemical attack, in which a nerve agent dubbed Novichok was used.
Emergency services have been seen outside the restaurant as police cordoned off the area. The Police have confirmed the incident in a Twitter post but provided no details on the issue. The reasons behind it remain unknown.
Police admitted that “there is nothing to suggest any wider risk to the public” but still announced that they would take “highly precautionary measures to ensure public safety” in the light of the “ongoing incident in Salisbury and Amesbury.”
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