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A man was tragically declared dead at Manchester Airport following 'reports of concern for his welfare'.Emergency services rushed to a car park at the airport around 7.40pm on Friday.

Sadly, the 40-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.The Manchester Evening News has learned that he is thought to have fallen from a car park.

Greater Manchester Police stated there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.Investigations into the incident continue.

A GMP spokesperson said: "At around 7.40pm on Friday 17 May 2024, we were called to reports of a concern for welfare of a man at Manchester Airport's Terminal 2." "Officers attended the scene and located the victim.

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