A 30-year-old man who was found dead after an ATV accident in the Fet municipality of Akershus on Friday evening is seriously injured.
The police were notified about the accident at 23.43 on Friday evening.
The man was found lifeless, but he had breath and pulse when he was taken to the hospital after rescuing first aid on the spot.
"He was unconscious when emergency services came in. I was told he had a breath and pulse at some point, but he could not contact him when he was in the hospital," said Atle Vesttorp, operational manager in the NTB's eastern police district at 0.30.
Half an hour later, the police reported on Twitter that a man has serious injuries, including in the head, but he is not referred to as life-threatening.
The police carried out the tests on site and carried out blood tests by the driver.
"It was probably suspected, and the prosecutor decided on a provisional driving license," said operations manager Fredrik Solbakken to NTB at 5.50.
Then the man was still being treated at the hospital, and the operation manager did not know if he had come to consciousness.
The accident happened on the municipal road.