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Appeal to help identify man found collapsed in Holloway Road

Police have released pictures of the man who is in a critical condition in hospital

26 February, 2018 — By Samantha Booth

The man is in a critical condition in hospital 

POLICE are appealing for help to identify a man found unconscious in Holloway Road who is now fighting for his life in hospital.

Officers were flagged down on the road between Madras Place and Ronalds Road on Saturday night at about 8.40pm.

The man had stopped breathing and fearing for his life, the officers conducted CPR and established a pulse.

Paramedics attended and he was taken to a central London hospital.

However, police have released pictures of him in his hospital bed as they are now trying to find anyone who knows the man so his family can be told he is in a critical condition.

The tattoo on his shoulder

He is described as a black male, aged around 50, 6ft 4inches tall, of muscular build with a bald head.

He has a scar beneath his right eyebrow and a tattoo on his right shoulder of two playing cards – one card displays a cross and the other a heart.

Another photo of the man in hospital 

Last month,the Tribune’s sister paper, the Camden New Journal, helped identify another man who lay in a coma for a month in hospital after he collapsed in Camden.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Central North Operations Room by dialling 101 and quoting reference 18FOU001925.

 

 

 

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