Man found dead in Ford Capri by railway staff near Gippeswyk Road, Ipswich
The body of a man was discovered in a car in Ipswich this morning.
Suffolk Constabulary was called to an area off Gippeswyk Road just after 8am by a member of the public.
A police spokesman said the death was currently being treated as unexplained but was not thought to be suspicious.
Police and ambulance crews attended but the man was confirmed dead at the scene.
Daren Jennings, who takes photographs of trains on the railway bridge near Gippeswyk Road, said the body was discovered by railway fitters.
He said the man was spotted in what looked like a Ford Capri from the railway platform.
The East of England Ambulance Service was called by police at 8.12am to reports of a male who was unresponsive in a vehicle.
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The trust sent a rapid response vehicle and an ambulance officer to the scene.
An ambulance spokesman said on arrival there was nothing that could be done and the patient was pronounced dead.
A police file will now be prepared for the coroner.