A person is in a critical situation in hospital after falling from the third ground window of a block of flats in Stockport.
Police confirmed that the male fell from the window after officers compelled entry to the tackle, in Heaton Norris, on Saturday afternoon (Might 1).
The incident has been referred to the police watchdog, the Impartial Workplace for Police Conduct (IOPC).
Larger Manchester Police (GMP) say the injured man fell from a window following stories to officers of ‘concern for the welfare’ on Saturday afternoon (Might 1).
Emergency crews attended an tackle on Quantock Shut, Heaton Norris, at round 1.30pm.
Officers compelled entry to the tackle and a male fell from a 3rd ground window, GMP mentioned.
He was handled for accidents on the scene and was taken to hospital the place he stays in a ‘critical however secure situation’.
A Larger Manchester Police spokesperson mentioned: “On Saturday 1 Might officers obtained stories of concern for the welfare of a male in Stockport.
“Following enquiries, officers and emergency providers attended an tackle on Quantock Shut, Heaton Norris at round 1.30pm.
“Officers compelled entry to the tackle, following which a male fell from a 3rd ground window.
“He was handled for accidents on the scene and has been taken to hospital the place he stays in a critical however secure situation.
“Consistent with regular process, this incident has been referred to GMP’s Skilled Requirements Department who’ve subsequently made a referral to the IOPC.”
Anybody with details about the incident is requested to name police on 0161 856 9769 quoting incident 628 of 01/05/21.
Alternatively, particulars might be handed on anonymously through the unbiased charity Crime stoppers on 0800 555 111.