Second policeman involved in investigation of Skripal’s poisoning hospitalized
The law enforcement officer expressed symptoms of poisoning.
The second British policeman, who took part in the investigation into the poisoning of former Russian military intelligence Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, was hospitalized with signs of poisoning, the Daily Mail reports.
“The second officer has potential signs of poisoning, but very insignificant,” the source said. According to him, the hospitalized person had contact with an object that received “secondary pollution.”
It is to be recalled that earlier the news about the hospitalization of the sergeant of police Nick Bailey, who took part in the operation, transpired. However, he had acute symptoms of poisoning – he was taken to the hospital in a critical condition but, according to the recent reports, it has now stabilized.
As previously reported, London, according to preliminary results of the investigation, said that Russia was involved in the poisoning of Yulia and Sergei Skripal. Prime Minister Theresa May ordered the deportation of 23 Russian diplomats, Moscow took a reciprocal step. President Vladimir Putin called the accusations of the British side “delirious.”
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