THE death of a man in Swansea city centre has been confirmed by police.
Emergency Services attended Walter Road at about 8am this morning (Wednesday, May 26).
A road linking Henrietta Street with George Street was sealed by police at the rear of a property in Walter Road.
Ambulance’s also attended the scene with multiple paramedics observed at the back of the property.
A South Wales Police spokesman said: “We were called around 8am this morning following reports of the death of a man. Investigations are ongoing to establish the full circumstances”.
A spokesman for the Welsh Ambulance Service added: “We were called on Wednesday, May 26, at approximately 8am to reports of a person needing urgent medical attention on Walter Road, Swansea.
“We responded with one rapid response vehicle and one emergency ambulance.”
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