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Man in "life threatening" condition after being found in car park

The Argus: Photo taken from the scene by Dave Gregory. Photo taken from the scene by Dave Gregory.

A man found lying in a car park is described as in a  "life threatening" condition.

The unamed man was discovered lying in the car park to the rear of Barclays in North Street, Brighton and the ambulance service was called.

South East Coast Ambulance Service and Sussex Police attended the scene and the man was then taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital.

Police were speaking to people at the scene and three ambulances attended.


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2:22pm Fri 4 Apr 14

Ballroom Blitz says...

This poor chap was not found in the car park but lying to the side of it. You can just see the white blanket covering him on the extreme left of the photo.
This poor chap was not found in the car park but lying to the side of it. You can just see the white blanket covering him on the extreme left of the photo. Ballroom Blitz
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3:47am Tue 15 Apr 14

Mr chock says...

Ballroom Blitz wrote:
This poor chap was not found in the car park but lying to the side of it. You can just see the white blanket covering him on the extreme left of the photo.
yes his now dead . i wonder if they will follow up if his a druggie or a drunk or suicidal the comments in the other article on North Street car park man falls seem to show his an old suicidal chap
[quote][p][bold]Ballroom Blitz[/bold] wrote: This poor chap was not found in the car park but lying to the side of it. You can just see the white blanket covering him on the extreme left of the photo.[/p][/quote]yes his now dead . i wonder if they will follow up if his a druggie or a drunk or suicidal the comments in the other article on North Street car park man falls seem to show his an old suicidal chap Mr chock
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