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A man has died after he was found unconscious on a Devon road.
Police were called after the man was discovered in the middle of the road on Pitt Lane in Bideford just after 6am on Christmas Eve.
The 64-year-old sustained head injuries and was taken to Derriford Hospital in a critical condition.
It's unknown how he was injured.
Sadly, the man died at Derriford on Boxing Day.
His next of kin have been informed and a file is to be prepared for the coroner.
Police are currently treating this death as unexplained and are appealing for witnesses.
They're keen to hear from anyone who was in the area of Pitt Lane in the early hours of Saturday 24th of December, and saw anything.
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Crews were called Clippers hair salon in Bridgeland Street just before 3pm this afternoon.
The ground floor of the building has been completely gutted by the blaze.
The fire is now under control, but the road is expected to remain closed for several hours.
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