The death of a man who was found seriously injured in a Spalding street was not suspicious, police have confirmed today.
Remigijus Muliuolis (34) died in hospital four days after being treated by paramdics for his injuries after he was discovered near the Golden Tree Chinese Restaurant in Winsover Road on Sunday, October 16.
At the time, police had no knowledge as to whether Mr Muliuolis had suffered a fall or was assaulted.
He was taken to Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, where he died last Thursday.
A Lincolnshire Police spokesman today said: “His death is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be passed to the Coroner.”
TUESDAY 6.15PM: What caused death of man found on Spalding road?
There were many police people who stayed with the man who looked like he was sick or confusedA resident living near Winsover Road
Mystery still surrounds how a 34-year-old man died just days after he was found with serious injuries in Spalding.
The man was seen in a ‘sick or confused’ state near Golden Tree Chinese Restaurant in Winsover Road shortly before 7.20pm on Sunday, October 16.
Emergency services were called and paramedics treated the man before he was taken to Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, where he died on Thursday.
A resident living nearby, who asked not be named, said: “I looked outside and saw a man who I thought was drunk.
“There were many police people who stayed with him, then the ambulance came and the doctors were with the man for about two to three hours.
“I went to do something else and then came back, looked outside again and saw the man who looked like he was sick or confused.
“The next morning, when I was going to work, I saw the police tape around the area where he was and police were there too to protect the place.”
Farhang Mohammed, of Mini Poli off-licence in Winsover Road, said: “I was working and heard somebody shouting down the street.
“Then the police came, along with an ambulance, and they were there for about an hour or so.
“I remember somebody came into the shop to buy something and they asked me what was going on.
“So I went outside and saw the police and ambulance people with a man who looked very drunk.”
A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said: “We are working with the Coroner to establish the full circumstances and any witnesses who can help us establish a full picture of what happened should call 101, quoting incident reference 368 of October 16.”