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Mystery of Holloway Road collapsed man solved – as next of kin are informed

PUBLISHED: 17:21 27 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:24 27 February 2018

Police had made an appeal, shared thousands of times, to identify the man who was found collapsed in Holloway Road. Picture: Met Police

Police had made an appeal, shared thousands of times, to identify the man who was found collapsed in Holloway Road. Picture: Met Police

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A man who was found unconscious and critically ill in Holloway Road on Saturday night has been identified.

It comes after yesterday’s police appeal to help identify him, and his next of kin have been informed.

Happily, the 53-year-old, who is from Islington, is now in a stable condition in hospital.

The incident is not being treated as suspicious, the Met said this afternoon.

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