NASHUA — Police are continuing to investigate how a man was seriously injured Sunday on Library Hill, but say it does not appear to be a criminal act.
An unresponsive man was discovered Sunday morning in the area of Lowell and Clinton streets near The First Church.
“It drew a lot of attention,” Lt. Daniel Mederos said of the yellow crime scene tape that was used to cordon off an area at the top of Main Street on Library Hill while authorities investigated.
Mederos said Monday that the man who was found injured was taken to a hospital in Boston for treatment, and is still alive.
“After the initial investigation, it appears that the individual’s injuries are from a fall-related incident,” police said in an online statement.
There was heavy police presence for most of the day on Sunday in the area of The First Church, 1 Concord St., while police collected evidence at the scene.
“At this time, we don’t believe there is anything suspicious in nature,” said Mederos. “ … We are still looking into the matter.”