Squatters home demolished while they were still living in it. Mr. L. Ingram
Squatters home demolished while they were still living in it.
Mr. L. Ingram and family - Squatters in a hut at Strettington, near Chichester, Sussex, were still in residence while the building was being demolished around them.
Two months ago they had the roof removed from the hut, from which they had refused to move - but stayed until the hut was actually being demolished around them by workmen from the local authority.
It is now understood tht they have squatted in another hut in the same road.
Photo shows workmen demolishing the hut while Mr. L. Ingram and his family were still in residence. - 17th September 1947.
Clostridium difficile bacteria, TEM
Clostridium difficile drug-resistant bacteria, coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM). This bacterium, also known as C. diff, is a normal member of the intestinal flora in humans. It is resistant to many antibiotics, however, and if the rest of the gut flora is killed by a course of antibiotics, C. diff can flourish. In such cases it can cause severe gut infections, including the potentially fatal pseudomembranous colitis. The bacteria can form spores (green/white ovals), which are resistant to heat and many chemicals. C. diff is one of the most common hospital- acquired infections. Magnification: x11, 000 when printed 10cm wide
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