Person who helped unconscious man in Bridlington urged to come forward

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Police officers investigating an incident in which a man was left with serious injuries in Bridlington are appealing for a person who helped him to come forward.

The incident took place on Alexandra Drive, near to the Beaconsfield Arms, at around 5.15am on Sunday December 15 - which saw roads closed after a 34-year-old man was found unconscious.

Now police are appealing for the person or persons who assisted the man to come forward.

The police say that they are not in any trouble, but officers simply want to try and establish a true picture of events.

In December, police said that there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the incident.

An ambulance crew attended the call, and the 34-year-old man was taken to Scarborough Hospital with severe injuries to his body.

Police officers attended the hospital to establish how the man sustained his injuries, whilst others were dispatched to the scene and a road closure was put in place on Flamborough Road and Carlisle Street in both directions between 6.47am and 8.19am.

The man was transferred to Hull Royal Infirmary for serious trauma treatment.

At the time, officers investigating the incident deemed the circumstances as non-suspicious, and said they had no reason to believe there was any third party involvement which led to the man’s injuries.

If you are this person or know who it is or have any information about the incident please contact PC1040 Edeson at Humberside Police on telephone number 101 quoting log number 170/15122013.