Romford man dies following fall in front of police
An inquiry has been sparked after a Romford man apparently collapsed and later died following an incident at West ham Tube Station on Saturday.
The 24-year-old was with British Transport Police (BTP) officers at the time of his fall to the ground on a Jubilee Line platform at around 11pm.
Officers performed resuscitation until London Ambulance Service (LAS) arrived and took the man to The Royal London Hospital, in east London.
He died the following day of a head injury.
BTP said they were reviewing CCTV and conducting an investigation to help establish how the man collapsed and suffered his injury.
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Officers voluntarily referred the incident to the Independent Police Complaints’ Commission (IPCC) for oversight.
BTP remains in control of the investigation.
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Full support is being given to the man’s family by a BTP family liaison officer.