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Unconscious man found at Brunswick Heads identified

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Police would like to thank the public and media for their assistance after a man who was found in a critical condition on Friday in Brunswick Heads was identified.

Emergency services were called to Fingal Street at Brunswick Heads just before 11.30am Friday 13 after a man was found unconscious in water.

He was taken to Tweed Heads Hospital where he remains in a critical condition.

It’s believed the man suffered a medical episode and police are not treating the incident as suspicious.

Following an appeal for assistance the man has been identified, and police made contact with relatives.

Police would like to thank the public and the media for their assistance.


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  1. I am the sister of the man in this story and i would really like to also thank all who helped.
    The community bent over backwards to help with whatever was needed for my mother and siblings,so we were welcomed as family and made life long contacts.

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