Savid Javid updates Parliament on Amesbury Novichok poisoning – Daily Mail

Dawn Sturgess, 44, (top left) and her boyfriend Charles Rowley, 45, (centre right) fell critically ill within hours of visiting Salisbury (main picture today) – the site of the murder attempt on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. Her mother Caroline (pictured with her husband Stephen) visited her in the intensive care unit of Salisbury hospital and said that she was ‘in a bad way’. A relative, who asked not to be named, told MailOnline: ‘Charlie was looking stronger but it was Dawn who is really in the danger zone. We fear she’s going to die. She’s in a worse state than Charlie’, adding she is unconscious and ‘on the brink of death’. Police are guarding a taped-off bin outside Dawn’s home (top right) amid claims she came into contact with Novichok from a discarded cigarette.

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