Man dies in Crawley car park

The fire was started deliberately, the fire service said
The fire was started deliberately, the fire service said

A 58-year-old man has died in a public car park, police have confirmed.

Sussex Police was called to help paramedics in Dobbins Place, Ifield, at 4.55pm yesterday (Thursday May 5).

A police spokesman said the man was confirmed dead. The incident was not being treated as a criminal matter.

The car park is near a Tesco Express and Ifield West Community Centre, which was being used a polling station at the time.

Officers closed the area off to the public and left the incident with South East Coast Ambulance Service.

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