Police seek to clamp down on laughing gas

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Police seek to clamp down on laughing gas
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Police are stepping up their campaign against laughing gas amid growing concern over its spread in tourist resorts.

Famagusta police spokesman Andreas Constantinou told the Cyprus News Agency that so far this year,  police have reported 37 cases in the Famagusta district alone, a sharp increase over the 19 in 2017, 15 in 2016 and 12 in 2015.

He said police was worried, since laughing gas can endanger human life and can lead to asphyxia and loss of consciousness.  Its use over a lengthy period of time can lead to respiratory failure and toxicity, among other, he warned....


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Police seek to clamp down on laughing gas


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