Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a man whose welfare they're concerned about.
The man approached staff at the Bristol Royal Infirmary and told them he was called ‘George’.
He left the hospital at 6.25am on Saturday 23 September in the direction of St Michael’s Hill and police want to make sure he is safe and well.
He is believed to be in his early 20s, between 5ft 11ins and 6ft tall with short brown hair.
He's likely to be wearing the clothing in the CCTV image we’re releasing - jeans, a dark coloured t-shirt with large white graphic or picture on the front and a dark coloured hooded top.
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I am extremely concerned about the treatment he received by the ambulance staff and I was baffled at the time that they didn’t seem to be taking into consideration his symptoms and the urgency of his situation.
I am still amazed now that the paramedics took such a long time to realise the red flag symptoms of meningitis that Mthuthuzeli was experiencing and it took them six hours to send an ambulance. It is incredibly well known that you have to act quickly if someone starts to suffer from symptoms of meningitis and his death could have been avoided if they had taken the care and attention to give him the medical care he rightly deserved.
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John Frenkel Bristol Civic Society.