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Man found with head injuries in Clarence Place, Gravesend, has died

A man who was found outside a house in Gravesend with serious head injuries has died.

Emergency services including police, firefighters and ambulance crews descended on Clarence Place at around 7.30am on Monday after the man was found injured.

The victim, aged in his 30s, was flown to King's College Hospital in London by air ambulance for treatment.

Police at the scene in Clarence Place, Gravesend, on Monday
Police at the scene in Clarence Place, Gravesend, on Monday

Police confirmed this morning that the man had died.

He was discovered in the garden area outside a home.

Two men aged 37 and 58, both from Gravesend, were arrested in connection with the assault.

They have both been released pending further inquiries.

An air ambulance spokesman said they were called to reports a man had been injured as a result of a fall.

The helicopter landed in a nearby park.

Police cordoned off one house in the road while they investigated.

Inquiries are ongoing to establish how the man came to be injured.

Anyone with information can call officers on 01634 792209 quoting reference 03-149. Alternatively contact Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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