An worldwide situation has just become more complicated with the news that a couple is now being treated for Novichok poisoning, the same potent nerve agent used on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, England, in March. They've sealed off a park where it's believed Rowley and Sturgess had visited here recently.
It was unclear how the 45-year-old man and the 44-year-old woman came into contact with the nerve agent.
UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid, who publicly accused Russian Federation in the Skripal case, is again putting the blame on the government of Vladimir Putin today.
They were poisined with Novichok, a nerve agent developed by the former Soviet Union.
The British couple were exposed to the nerve agent after handling a contaminated item, police have said. United Kingdom authorities quickly attributed their condition to exposure to "Novichok" - the substance the United Kingdom claims was used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter in March this year.
In a statement tonight police said Ms Sturgess' family is receiving support from specially trained family liaison officers.
British police said Wednesday that a couple in their 40s were in critical condition after being poisoned by the same Soviet-designed agent that almost killed former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in March.
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That means authorities will have to take soil and vegetation samples from sites where it's possible that the nerve agent was present and test the samples in a painstaking process to see if there is any contamination.
"Detectives will continue with their painstaking and meticulous work to gather all the available evidence so that we can understand how two citizens came to be exposed with such a deadly substance that tragically cost Dawn her life".
The search comes as the Russian Foreign Ministry calls on Britain to end "intrigues and games with chemical agents" in reference to a second poisoning case with the nerve agent Novichok in southwest England.
British Security Minister Ben Wallace spoke to the BBC on Thursday.
Around 5pm: Officer attends the ED at GWH seeking help "in connection with the ongoing incident at Amesbury".
The hospital did not say whether the unidentified officer might have been exposed to Novichok.
Mr Rowley has been described as having foraged for goods to fix and sell, and is known to have collected discarded cigarettes.
Thursday, the British government demanded answers from Russian Federation about the new poisonings.