The investigation into the circumstances surrounding the poisoning of the former Russian spy, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, with a dangerous nerve agent in Salisbury has been continuing this weekend.
Around 180 members of the armed forces have been drafted in to help clear and move vehicles and objects in the city. Much of the activity centred around an ambulance station in the Harnham area, where an ambulance was winched onto the back of an Army low loader truck and taken away.
There was also forensic activity at the London Road cemetery in Salisbury where Sergei Skripal's wife and son are buried.
Salisbury Police have said that the London Road cemetery will be shut to the public on Sunday. They have apologised to families who would want to visit the graveyard on Mothering Sunday.
Meanwhile the Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, attended a meeting of the Government's top security COBRA emergency committee in London to discuss progress on the investigation.
Richard Slee sent this report on the day's events in Salisbury. One of the people he spoke to about the impact of the incident on the city was hairdresser Molly Cook.
Yulia Skripal and her father, Sergei, remain in hospital in a critical condition.
Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey, the police officer who was hospitalised after responding to the incident issued a statement though Wiltshire Police.