Manchester man dies following assault, police deem death suspicious

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MANCHESTER — Responding to an assault report Thursday, Manchester police, fire, and AMR ambulance services discovered a man with injuries on Lowell Street near Maple Street.

The emergency call escalated en route, prompting the addition of a fire engine and paramedic team after the victim was found unresponsive.

Upon arrival, first responders administered CPR and rushed the man to Elliot Hospital, where he later died from his injuries.

New Hampshire Attorney General John M. Formella and Manchester Police Chief Allen D.

Aldenberg are treating the death as suspicious and have launched a joint investigation.

The assault took place near Manchester Central High School, leading administrators to issue a stay-in-place order for the campus as a safety measure, which remains in effect.

Officials have stated that there is no evidence linking the incident to any students or involving firearms.

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