Police appeal for information as they try to figure out why man collapsed in Wisbech park and died in hospital
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Police are trying to piece together what happened in the moments leading up to man collapsing in a park in Wisbech - he later died in hospital.
The death of the 29-year-old man from Wisbech is being treated as unexplained and has been passed to the coroner’s office for a post mortem.
Officers want to know exactly what happened in the moments leading up to his collapse in Tillery Park, Wisbech, at about noon on Monday. He was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn, where he died at just before 6pm on Wednesday.
The man was described as having dark brown hair and around 5 foot 10 inches tall. He has tattoos on his arms and wrists.
A police spokesman said: “We are currently dealing with the sudden death of a man who collapsed in Tillery Park, Wisbech, on Tuesday.
“He was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn where sadly he died at just before 6pm on Wednesday.
“A public appeal was made to identify the man and we would like to thank members of the media and public for their support with this appeal as through this we managed to trace a member of his family.
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“The death is being treated as unexplained and has been passed to the coroner’s office for a post mortem.”