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Gloucester man dies in Barton Street following reports of “malaise”

A man died on a property on a key street in Gloucester following reports of malaise.

Numerous police and ambulance service vehicles witnessed the scene near the Barton Street Store after being called to the scene around 9.10pm yesterday evening, Sunday 28 June.

The incident sparked interest in the neighborhood when the flashing blue lights of emergency services vehicles illuminated the street and the vehicles were parked on the main road for a considerable period of time, at least an hour after initial reports.

The paramedics of the South West Ambulance Service arrived in two ambulance vehicles and an ambulance car and were assisted by Gloucestershire police officers.

A spokesman for the South West Ambulance Service Trust said: “‘The two ambulance vehicles and an ambulance were witnessing an accident at a private address following a 9.10pm call.”

The man died on the scene and his death was not treated as suspect.

A spokesman for the Gloucestershire Constabulary said: “At around 10:10 pm yesterday evening (Sunday), police were called to assist paramedics in Barton Street, Gloucester following news that a man had fallen ill.

“The man sadly died on the scene and his death was not treated as suspect.”

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