British police have conducted a training exercise to prepare for a possible chemical attack on the embassy of the Israeli regime which is located near Kensington Palace in central London.
Firefighters and paramedics, who rehearsed their response to “casualties affected by a noxious substance,” also participated in the maneuver, which was the first of its kind to take place in a foreign embassy in the British capital, The Independent reported.
Members of law enforcement cordoned off a section of the embassy and decontamination tents were established at the back of the building.
Medical staff in bio suits treated “casualties,” who were put through decontamination showers. Members of the Royal Military Police played the role of “casualties.”
The police said the drill provided valuable learning both in terms of the nature of the deadly incident and the challenges brought by an Israeli embassy in London.
“This was the first time…