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Two women have been charged in relation to the explosion at a rockhampton drug lab which killed 17 people, including police officers.
The body of a woman, believed to be in her 30s, was found on Friday outside the site.
Police said the body, believed to be from the East Sussex police homicide unit, was sent to the coroner for post-mortem examination on Saturday.
Det Sgt Neil McDonald said: “At this stage police believe this woman may have been killed by the explosion.
“We are treating it as a workplace incident, but we are not yet ruling out arson or other criminal activity. We have asked our specialist homicide team to work with us to establish exactly what happened.”
The woman was found by a cleaning crew outside the site when a car carrying the suspected victims of the explosion drove off at about 4.40pm on Friday.
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Four young people have바카라사이트 been arrested on suspicion of murder, terrorism and drug-related offences.
Another 24 officers were hurt in a bomb alert at the site as officers scoured the rubble of the site. Two of the injured officers were taken to the Queen Elizabeth II hospital.
Detective Inspector Colin Hill, of Northumbria Police’s Operation ECHO, said: “There are a number of similarities to events in West Yorkshire in the past few months including an explosion at the local police station.
“It’s no secret police are in a very tight spot with an influx of people arriving in search of answers and potential scapegoats to try and shake people from a position of fear.
“The people in this area may be in this area, but I would urge them to do their research before engaging in this kind of behaviour.”