A car seized in Swindon as part of the Amesbury nerve agent investigation belonged to a Wiltshire Air Ambulance paramedic and former RAF serviceman, it has emerged.
Trainee critical care paramedic Keith Mills was one of the first responders who attended to Dawn Strugess, who has since died in hospital, at the scene in Muggleton Road last week.
A white Audi A3 was wrapped in a cling film-type material and put onto a trailer by military personnel at around 9pm, as police officers guarded the vehicle on Coronel Close.
Wiltshire 999s understands that the car will now be destroyed. It is not yet clear if seized vehicles will be replaced by the government.
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