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After a man was found dead in Hinckley, Leicester, earlier today, the East Midlands Ambulance Service have released a statement.
Debbie Tweddle, Leicestershire Locality Manager, said:
“We were alerted of an incident by Leicestershire Police at 08:56 today (January 24th) in Factory Road, Hinckley...
... Police officers worked with our paramedics, a doctor from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) and the Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance paramedic and doctor to provide the very best care and treatment possible to the people who needed our help...
... This was a significant call which provided many challenges, and our thoughts are with all the people who were involved in this tragic incident."
There is a continued Police presence in Hinckley following the death of a man this morning.
More pictures from the scene at the incident in Hinckley, following the death of a man this morning.
No further information has yet been made available.
Leicestershire Police have told ITV News Central they are still investigating the exact circumstances of an incident in Hinckley this morning.
Officers have confirmed a man died after being found at a property on Factory Road.
A 31 year old is being questioned by police.
Leicestershire Police have confirmed a man has died in Hinckley this morning after reports of an assault.
Fire arms officers were called at 8:50am to a house on Factory Road and found a man seriously injured. He later died.
A 31-year-old man has been arrested and is being questioned by police.
Police and fire crews have cordoned off houses on Factory Road in Hinckley this morning.
Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service said they were called by the police to reports of a house fire with people trapped inside.
Leicestershire Police have yet to give a formal statement.