The first images of the scene where a man died after falling from a North East park earlier today (Wednesday, October 19) have emerged.

Emergency services attended Eldon Square car park, where a large presence of police and ambulance services were present shortly after midday.

Since then, Northumbria Police have confirmed a man had died after falling from the multi-storey car park on Percy Street in Newcastle.

Emergency services later pronounced the man dead at the scene. These images show the aftermath of the tragedy.

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The Northern Echo:

In a statement, Northumbria Police spokesperson said: “Shortly after 12pm, today (Wednesday), we received a report a man had fallen from a multi-storey car park on Percy Street, Newcastle.

“Emergency services are currently in attendance but the man has sadly been pronounced dead at the scene.

“Enquiries are ongoing however at this early stage, we do not believe there to be any third party involvement.”

The Northern Echo:

Meanwhile, a North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) spokesperson confirmed an ambulance crew had been deployed earlier today.

They said: "We received a call at 12pm this afternoon to reports of an incident outside of Eldon Square, Newcastle.

"We dispatched one ambulance crew, one specialist paramedic, one rapid response paramedic, and one clinical team leader."

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The Northern Echo:

Earlier, the B1307 near Percy Street has been blocked off due to the emergency, however the street had remained open to traffic.

The entrance/exit to the car park had been closed, but a member of Newcastle City Council has since announced the car park has reopened.

There wass a large amount of congestion in the afternoon, due to the large number of emergency service vehicles present.

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