Man, 29, taken to hospital after Stevenage shop signs falls on his head

The owner's son Seelan Daniel surveys the scene after the shop front sign in Popple Way, Stevenage,

The owner's son Seelan Daniel surveys the scene after the shop front sign in Popple Way, Stevenage, fell onto a man's head. - Credit: Archant

A 29-year-old man has been taken to hospital after a shop front sign fell on his head in Stevenage.

The ambulance service and police were called to Daniel’s Convenience Store in Popple Way after reports that a sign had fallen down at 12.36pm.

An ambulance was on the scene within eight minutes and treated the man – who was conscious and breathing – for a head injury.

The man, who it is reported was able to get in the ambulance himself, has since been taken to the town’s Lister Hospital for further care.


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