1.30pm update: Gorleston man in critical condition after police find him collapsed
A man is fighting for his life after police found him collapsed at an address in Gorleston.
Officers attended the address in Exeter Road and found the man, aged in his fifties, after a member of the public called them with concerns over his safety.
Police were called at 5.30pm on Monday, with the ambulance service called at 5.48pm.
A Norfolk police spokesman said that today - two days after the initial call - police are still on scene and enquiries are ongoing.
The man remains in a critical condition.
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The spokesman added: 'Police were called to a property on Exeter Road in Gorleston at 5.30pm on Monday, July 15, by a member of the public concerned for the safety of a resident.
'Emergency services attended and found a man collapsed inside.
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'He was taken to the James Paget Hospital and has since been transferred to Addenbrooke's where he is currently in a critical condition.
'A police investigation into the circumstances of incident is now underway.'