Death

Possible suicide after a man was found dead in a burnt out car in Partington

Police have established that there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a man whose body was found on the car park of Cross Lane Park in Partington.

It was just before 8pm on Nov 8 police were called to the car park to reports that a car had exploded and was on fire.

Emergency Services attended and found a body of a man in the silver car.

An investigation was launched and following further enquiries, detectives have established that there was no third-party involvement.

Detective Inspector Carl Gilbert of GMP’s Trafford Borough said: “First and foremost I would like to extend my sincere condolences to this man’s loved ones at this difficult time.

“We have carried out extensive enquiries since last night and have now established that there was no third-party involvement.”

We are also getting reports of another suicide in the area which occurred on Nov 7.

For anyone experiencing suicidal thoughts or just want to talk with someone, help is just a click away, just click this LINK

We looked for some reaction on social media by the three councillors that cover Partington in the Bucklow St Martins ward, Karina Carter who is standing down at the local elections in 2018 said on Twitter “More Thoughts with the community in Partington this morning, after terribly sad events last night. Please contact your local councillors if we can do anything to help” 

The other councillors retweeted her message, it was with some hope that one of them could have turned up at the scene, to not only give us more reaction, but more importantly offer some support to worried residents, or to those who are concerned, we saw no one!

 

 

 

 

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Categories: Death, Partington

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