A man has died after multiple emergency services vehicles were seen in a village.

Herts Police said they were called at around 5.25pm on Saturday, July 22, to a report that a man had been discovered injured at an address in Sarratt.

A spokesperson told the Watford Observer today (August 3): “Officers attended, alongside the ambulance service.

“Despite best efforts, the man, aged in his late 80s, sadly passed away at the scene.”

His death is not being treated as suspicious and has been referred to the coroner.

Watford Observer: Ambulance crews were also called to the scene. Ambulance crews were also called to the scene. (Image: UGC)

Pictures shared with the Watford Observer show at least six police cars on the road.

A resident said that ambulance crews were seen leaving shortly after 7pm.

The East of England Ambulance Service said: "One ambulance, a rapid response vehicle, and ambulance police officer and Essex and Herts Air Ambulance were called to a private address in Sarratt on July 22, following calls concerned for the welfare of a man.

"Sadly, despite the best efforts of all involved, the man had died at the scene."