What is like to be caught up in a chemical attack?

Richard Gray, a BBC journalist, joined TOXI-triage team at the FTX DISPERSE in Mikkeli (Finland)

In this article he reflects on how much can be done after a chemical attack, such as the release of sarin gas in Tokio trains in 1995 that killed 13 people and injured thousands, to prevent a serious loss of life.

In TOXI-triage we believe technology could help emergency services to quickly acknowledge the situation, identify the toxic agent and rapidly diagnose and triage casualties greatly improving their chances of survival.

Read the full article in the link below.

Richard Gray, 8 July 2019