A person is preventing for his life in hospital with a head harm police consider he might have suffered in an assault following a soccer match.
The critically unwell 52-year-old was discovered after the sport between Queens Park Rangers and Luton City at about 9.50pm on Friday, close to the Uxbridge Highway junction with Devonport Highway in west London.
Scotland Yard detectives consider he might have been assaulted or caught up in a struggle following the Championship match and have appealed for witnesses.
The person, who’s from the Luton space, was taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service (LAS) paramedics, and stays in a life-threatening situation.
Metropolitan Police Detective Constable Arrash Faghihi stated it occurred in an “extraordinarily busy” space and urged anybody with cell phone footage that may very well be related to contact the pressure.
He stated: “This man sustained a severe head harm, and it’s important that we make contact with witnesses shortly.
“The world was extraordinarily busy after the match and there’ll undoubtedly be many individuals with data that may help police.
“I want them to get in contact as detectives work to construct an entire image of what occurred on Friday evening.”
No arrests have been made.
Anybody with data and any witnesses ought to name 101, ref 7888/19nov, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.