Police probe ‘sudden death’ at Falkirk Royal Mail depot

Police have investigated the sudden death of a male worker at a Royal Mail sorting depot in Falkirk.

Emergency services were called to the business on Garrison Place at around 3pm on Friday, November 27, but the 52-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.

At least three Scottish Ambulance Service vehicles were spotted outside the sorting depot, as well as multiple police cars.

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Police remained at the scene until late last night, but officers investigating the death said there were no suspicious circumstances.

Emergency services were called to the business on Garrison Place at around 3pm on Friday, November 27.
Emergency services were called to the business on Garrison Place at around 3pm on Friday, November 27.

The cause of death is not yet known.

A police spokesperson said: “Around 3pm on Friday, 27 November, 2020, police were called to a report of the sudden death of a 52 year old man within a building in Garrison Place, Falkirk.

“There are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding the death and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

It is understood that the sorting depot, which is currently closed, will reopen at 8am on Monday.

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