TUCSON, Arizona – A man who was bleeding and yelling that he was being chased dies Thursday evening shortly after being placed in the hospital, according to the Tucson Police Department.
The incident took place around 5 p.m. when Dunkin’ Donuts employees on East 22nd Street and South Craycroft Road, called 911. They were saying that the bleeding man is outside of their door. He was yelling that he was being chased by someone, said Sgt. Pete Dugan, a Tucson Police spokesman.
After that, he was reportedly on the road with yelling and throwing rocks at passing cars.
A Tucson Police Officer and off-duty deputy, who were passing that road at the same time as the incident, tried to get to the man.
There was a Tucson Fire team, which was originally sent to the Sienna Ridge Apartments at 5353 E. 22nd St., took the man to the hospital.
He was appeared to be a man in his 50s, who dies shortly after arriving hospital, according to Dugan.
Later Police said that the man was calling 911 during the day. Among his claims was to report people on a balcony and a fire that didn’t take place.
There was no immediate information about the man’s who being.
If you are someone who can provide any additional information about the incident, you are asked to call 88-CRIME. It is an anonymous tipster line.