POLICE are investigating a man’s sudden death early today.
The man – believed to be in his 30s – collapsed outside Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in the early hours, after seeking treatment for chest pains only minutes earlier.
Doctors fought to save him but he died in the hospital.
Now police are trying to piece together the man’s last hours to determine how he died.
They have not been able to determine the cause of his death or if there are any suspicious circumstances.
But the main entrance to the busy Infirmary in Acre Street, Lindley, has been closed to allow police to carry out checks at the scene.
And police officers are searching the man’s flat above a takeaway shop in Cross Church Street, Huddersfield.
Hassans’s takeaway and the Huddersfield Taxis office was sealed off this morning as the police inquiry got under way.
It is believed the man had been taken from the flat earlier by ambulance to the Infirmary.