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Salisbury poison survivor Charlie going blind and hit by strokes
A SURVIVOR of the Salisbury Novichok attack fears the poison is slowly killing him.
Speaking for the first time since battling meningitis, Charlie Rowley, 45, tells how he is losing his sight, has heart trouble and has had a series of strokes.
Weeping Charlie says: “Novichok could kill me. It’s on my mind all the time. I’m terrified.”