Man found collapsed near Leeds supermarket

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Emergency services were called this morning after a man was found collapsed in a street in Leeds.

Officers said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the incident near the Asda store in Middleton.

However the number 48 bus service was diverted and Sharp Lane was closed.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: "At 6:46am today police received a report of a man found collapsed in the street at the roundabout next to the Asda store in Holme Well Road, Middleton.

"The man was taken to hospital by ambulance in a serious condition. He is thought to have had a medical episode and the incident is not being treated as suspicious."

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