Major incident at Salisbury District Hospital

Major incident at Salisbury District Hospital

Author
Discussion

louiechevy

306 posts

132 months

Monday 5th March 2018
quotequote all
Salisbury is definitely a city, in fact just outside it is old sarum where William the first was almost certainly presented with the doomsday book in 1086 it's been around for a fair bit! Although the current news is probably the most exciting thing to happen in the last thousand years!!

Just wanted to add that my mum passed away last year in Salisbury hospital hospice and they are amongst the nicest and most professional nursing staff you could wish to meet.

Edited by louiechevy on Monday 5th March 22:35

NickCQ

1,809 posts

35 months

Monday 5th March 2018
quotequote all
louiechevy said:
Salisbury is definitely a city
It's got that big pointy thing, hasn't it?

gareth h

2,023 posts

169 months

Monday 5th March 2018
quotequote all
NickCQ said:
louiechevy said:
Salisbury is definitely a city
It's got that big pointy thing, hasn't it?
And you can see it from bloody miles away!

BlackLabel

11,337 posts

62 months

Monday 5th March 2018
quotequote all

Jonesy23

3,917 posts

75 months

Monday 5th March 2018
quotequote all
Interesting they're going with the Fentanyl story as I really couldn't see that triggering a full hazmat response.


Advertisement

Yipper

5,964 posts

29 months

Monday 5th March 2018
quotequote all
A few posters on Twitter this evening are suggesting some pretty nasty stuff was recorded (set off a special alarm), hence the military-grade decon at the hozza and mall. All speculation, of course. Time will tell.

dangerousB

994 posts

129 months

Monday 5th March 2018
quotequote all
Jonesy23 said:
Interesting they're going with the Fentanyl story as I really couldn't see that triggering a full hazmat response.
Carfentanyl certainly would though - at least that's what my girlfriend's told me anyway!

Yipper

5,964 posts

29 months

Monday 5th March 2018
quotequote all
It's almost certainly not fentanyl.

The security services and military are swarming all over it and a restaurant near where they found the two people has been shut down.

https://news.sky.com/story/man-exposed-to-unknown-...

Yipper

5,964 posts

29 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
Anyone know Christie Miller Road in Salisbury? That's where he lives (public info, on the electoral roll).

Sun is reporting almost everyone (>12 people) who came into contact with the guy at A&E ended up vomiting.

http://www.salisburyjournal.co.uk/news/journalnews...

red_slr

7,989 posts

128 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
Sounds very similar to the Russian gentleman who ate the end of his own pen in the late 70s to avoid capture, well I say capture they already had him but he knew what was coming. The end of the pen contained Cyanide, everyone who came into contact with him suffered from vomiting and the 2 Russians who were doing the interrogation almost died from exposure.

tleefox

1,019 posts

87 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
Triumph Man said:
You don’t expect this sort of thing in smallsbury
I love comments like this - where would you expect this?

Thankyou4calling

6,730 posts

112 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
Nothing will be found.

It’s a non story, a good front page.

Sleepy Salisbury gossip.

In a week a tiny little article saying all a lot of fuss about nothing.

Move on

Andy-SP2

256 posts

15 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
I live in Salisbury and social media is certainly buzzing with theories .... The FB pages for Spire FM and the Salisbury Journal are going bonkers as people want to know what's going on


BlackLabel

11,337 posts

62 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
Maybe he just took too much coke and collapsed on a bench with his gf or hooker.

Cobnapint

6,606 posts

90 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
BlackLabel said:
Maybe he just took too much coke and collapsed on a bench with his gf or hooker.
That wouldn't affect the others in A&E (if the Sun is right).

Sounds like a cyanide hit to me. The Russians are so brazen with this sort of thing they've probably given up trying to hide it with obscure toxins.

Even though the Kremlin has denied any involvement in this, history tells us we can take that as a full admission.

No doubt MI6 will be sifting CCTV footage for images of known operatives and they'll tell us what we're allowed to know in due course.

paul789

1,596 posts

43 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
tleefox said:
Triumph Man said:
You don’t expect this sort of thing in smallsbury
I love comments like this - where would you expect this?

eharding

9,162 posts

223 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
paul789 said:
tleefox said:
Triumph Man said:
You don’t expect this sort of thing in smallsbury
I love comments like this - where would you expect this?
Don't be silly - the park benches in Mayfair are specifically constructed to stop people going to sleep on them.

Andy-SP2

256 posts

15 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
Sky Sources have confirmed that the woman in her 30s taken to hospital alongside Mr Skripal was his daughter.

https://news.sky.com/story/live-kremlin-denies-poi...

turbobloke

84,330 posts

199 months

Tuesday 6th March 2018
quotequote all
The Grauniad is reporting that two of the police officers in attendance have been admitted to hospital with itchy eyes and wheezing, said to be symptoms of the poisoning (not that anyone appears to know what was/is ivolved).