Fareham man dies after being found in street in ‘life-threatening’ condition

A MAN from Fareham has died in hospital after being found injured and unconscious in the street. 

Emergency services were called at 1.26am on Saturday after a 32-year-old man was found in a ‘life-threatening condition’ outside a property in Frosthole Close. 

Frosthole Close in Fareham. Picture: Google Street View

Frosthole Close in Fareham. Picture: Google Street View

Identified on social media and by police as Mark Evans, he was treated at the scene by South Central Ambulance Service (Scas) paramedics and taken to Southampton General Hospital. 

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He died in hospital later that day. 

Police have said his death is not being treated as suspicious and said they do not ‘believe at the current time the man had been assaulted’. 

A Scas spokesperson said: ‘We received an emergency 999 call at 01.26 on Saturday with the caller reporting he had found an adult male unconscious with facial injuries outside a property on Frosthole Close.

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‘We sent a rapid response vehicle and an ambulance to the scene.

‘The patient was in a life-threatening condition and after initial treatment at the scene was taken to University Hospital Southampton [Southampton General Hospital].’ 

Police have said a file on Mark Evans’ death will be prepared for the coroner ‘in due course’.