A MAN beaten to death in a seaside park suffered more than 20 injuries, a court was told.
Former Huddersfield man Nathan Crawley, 29, a chef, of Salisbury Street, Hornsea, east Yorkshire, was found dead in the town's Hall Garth Park last July 28.
Lee Richmond, 20, and Ryan Ashton, 18, both of Hornsea, and a girl of 15 who cannot be named for legal reasons deny murdering the father-of-one.
Hull Crown Court heard from Prof Peter Vanezis, who performed the post- mortem on Mr Crawley.
He said Mr Crawley, formerly of Bradley, was killed by a blow to the left side of the head that tore an artery.
He said Mr Crawley also suffered more than 20 bruises and cuts and four broken ribs.
He added: "The other injuries were superficial."
The court also heard from Peter Warner, whose house backs on to Hall Garth Park.
The court heard a recording of the 999 call Mr Warner made on July 28, reporting the attack.
Mr Warner said he could hear shouting and thuds.
He said he heard two male voices and what he thought was a female voice.
The trial continues.