Revealed: anti-nerve agent drug was used for first time in UK to save novichok victim

Drug saved Charlie Rowley, ambulance service reveals, amid concern for long-term effects on paramedics

Paramedics saved the life of one of the Wiltshire novichok victims by administering an anti-nerve agent drug at the scene that had never been used on a patient before in the UK, it can be revealed.

The Guardian has also learned that a number of paramedics have reported feeling ill after being present at the Salisbury and Amesbury incidents.

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