A van carrying Phosgene and Methyl Bromide was stolen today from Bow.
Phosgene, for those of you who don't know, is a poisonous gas which was used in the trenches of World War I – hideously fatal to humans. Methyl Bromide is an insecticide – and is not much fun to be around either. Why was a van carrying, for want of a better term, chemical weapons left unguarded? Was it stolen to order? Why hasn't the government mentioned this – why isn't it on every news programme in the country?
This is the secret knowledge of the ambulance service…Does it make you sleep soundly in your bed knowing that this stuff happens and you never know about it?
If you smell a mossy/cut grass smell then go upwind and await the emergency services in their “noddy suits“.
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Thanks for the warning I will be vigilant 🙂 just hope they don't tip them down the kitchen sink as they don't agree with plastic pipes either http://www.loganclaypipe.com/reactive.htm
It still hasn't been found… And the smell of cut grass in May, hardly uncommon.