Salisbury attack: Novichok poisoning response vehicles in Wiltshire buried in landfill site

Emergency service vehicles used to respond to the novichok poisonings in Wiltshire have been buried at a landfill site.

The secure burials would pose “absolutely no risk to the public”, a government spokesperson said.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) did not reveal the number of buried vehicles, nor the emergency services they were used by, but confirmed some had been sealed in a hazardous waste landfill site near Bishop’s Cleeve, a village of about 13,000 people, in Gloucestershire.

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Source: The Independent