Suspected road accident in Russia hit one of the creators of Novichok

Suspected road accident in Russia hit one of the creators of Novichok

Share April 25, 2018 Vladimir Uglev, a Russian chemist who claims ownership of the Novichok nerve gas, allegedly used to poison the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, was hit by a car near the city of Anapa, in southern European Russia. The scientist was crossing a road and, while he was on the crosswalks, he noticed that a car was coming at him at full speed. He started running, but the car would chase him and, in order not to end up under the wheels, the man threw himself on the hood, smashing the windshield with his head. Doctors diagnosed the scientist with a head bruise and severe bruises on an arm and leg. The investor is a 70-year-old retiree who said he was distracted. Vladimir Uglev is one of the former employees of the research institute that dealt with the processing of Novichok nerve gas. He had revealed to the media the type of nerve gas and the methods of its use. Share Biden WORLD: "Michelle Obama vice president? Running, but I don't think she's interested" From Moscow to London, from Porto Cesareo beach to Havana, today's photos from the Covid-19 front Zaki remains in prison, the complaint by Amnesty International Russian soldiers show the functioning of a field laboratory operating in Italy Usa, the drugs used for the death penalty can help Covid-19 patients, the doctors' appeal Send article by email Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing

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