Emergency crews called to village after sudden death of man in 80s

Police were spotted in Southcroft, Hethersett, on Saturday afternoon.

Police and ambulances are in attendance in Southcroft, Hethersett, on Saturday afternoon. - Credit: Cameron Rusty

Emergency services were called to a village near Norwich following the sudden death of a man, it has emerged.

Four police cars, a critical care ambulance and two other paramedic vehicles were seen in Southcroft, Hethersett, at 3.30pm on Saturday, May 22.

An eyewitness at the scene described it as a "large police presence".

A Norfolk Police control room inspector confirmed they were called following the sudden death of a man in his 80s.

The death is not being treated as suspicious.

By 5.30pm on Saturday all the emergency service crews had left the scene.

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