Bristol man rushed to hospital after police called to 'suspicious activity' reports

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The injured man in his 30s was found by police at a property in Bristol

A man was rushed to hospital after police were called to reports of 'suspicious activity' at a property in Bristol.

Officers attended an address on Westward Gardens off Weston Road in Long Ashton at around 11.15pm on Saturday night (March 9) where an injured man was found.

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The individual in his 30s was taken to hospital for treatment, before being discharged. His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening or life changing.

Avon & Somerset Police said they are still working to establish the circumstances of the incident so can’t confirm the way the injuries were sustained.

A force spokesperson said: "We were called to a property of Weston Road, in Long Ashton, at around 11.15pm on Saturday 9 March to a report of a man acting suspiciously.

 "Officers attended and found a man in his 30s with injuries. They took him to hospital to receive treatment. His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening or life changing and he was discharged a short time later.

"Enquiries are ongoing to ascertain how the man came about his injuries."

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