Amesbury poisoning victim Charlie Rowley released from hospital


Benjamin Hall has the story.

Charlie Rowley, who was poisoned by what the British authorities claim to be the Novichok nerve agent, was discharged from hospital on Friday and poses no risk to the public, the medics said.

Rowley, 45, and 44-year-old Sturgess collapsed at his house on June 30.

However, Sturgess died last week, following which the United Kingdom police launched a murder probe.

Ridley, the coroner, said samples taken from both Sturgess and Rowley tested positive for Novichok at Britain's defence research labs.

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He said his brother could not remember where they had found the bottle.

Charlie was admitted to Salisbury District Hospital on Saturday June 30th, following exposure to the nerve agent, novichok.

This comes nearly two weeks after his partner Dawn Sturgess died following exposure to the agent.

'I've asked him where he and Dawn picked up the bottle of perfume.

Dawn Sturgess dabbed on what she believed to be perfume from a small bottle.

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The incident happened in the town of Amesbury close to Salisbury where Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were attacked with the same substance in March.

Earlier Thursday, Britain's Press Association cited an unnamed person with knowledge of the investigation as saying that police believe they have identified "several Russians" as the perpetrators of the March attack, through study of closed-circuit TV footage.

They became ill at a property in Muggleton Road in Amesbury, eight miles from Salisbury. The former mechanic and bar manager remains the primary witness to the crime. Really angry. He was fond of her and his daughter got on [sic] with hers. He said the pair chose to dye each other's hair red, white and blue because they were caught up in the excitement of watching England play in the World Cup.

Rowley's brother said he thought Rowley was going to die after he heard Sturgess had passed away.

"I'm very surprised because when I first saw him I thought he would be there for months", said Matthew Rowley. "I'm his older brother and I was so anxious he was going to die". The two spent weeks in critical condition but have since been discharged from the hospital. The UK expelled 23 Russian diplomats and more than 20 other countries, including the United States, followed suit.

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