Man found unconscious in Swansea city centre may have been struck by vehicle
A MAN found unconscious in the early hours in Swansea city centre may have been involved in a collision with a vehicle.
The 45-year-old was discovered with a serious head injury in Christina Street at around 12.50am on Monday. The man, who has not been named by police, remains in hospital with his family at his bedside.
It is believed South Wales Police are investigating a number of lines of inquiry, including the possibility that he may have been hit by a vehicle. The man, who was wearing a light-coloured jacket and blue denim jeans, is being treated at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff where his condition is described as critical but stable.
Police have renewed their appeal for anyone who may have seen the incident to come forward.
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Acting Detective Inspector Justin Evans said: "I am aware that whatever has happened to this man occurred during the early hours of the morning. However, there still may have been people and traffic around.
"I am appealing to anyone who was in the vicinity of Christina Street and Mansel Street and saw the man or any incidents that he may have been involved in to come forward."
Due to his condition, officers have been unable to speak to the man to establish his version of events.
Many nearby shops and businesses have been unable to shed any light on the incident but a shopkeeper confirmed to the Post they had been visited by officers who said it was possible that a road traffic collision had taken place.
Can you help? Contact the Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
01792 514 665.