Police are continuing to investigate how a man ended up with a head injury and unconscious after an incident at a Llanelli bar. Crews from the Welsh Ambulance Service and Dyfed-Powys Police were called to The Met Bar in Station Road on Saturday night following the incident. The man was taken to hospital by paramedics, but it’s believed he was released in the early hours of Sunday morning. The Met Bar manager, Paul Brookfield, said he was at the bar during the incident. “There were some people going out of the pub and he has tripped or fallen and banged his head,” he said. “He has fallen face first and knocked himself unconscious. “By the time I arrived someone was calling an ambulance and someone else giving first aid. “I helped with police to stop people walking around him. He was treated for about half an hour and taken to the hospital.” Mr Brookfield said he had spoken to the injured person’s ex, who told him he had since been sent home from hospital. He said there were four CCTV cameras in the area, and footage from the bar’s camera was given to police. Dyfed-Powys Police said it was investigating… Read full this story
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