A man who was found unconscious in San Francisco’s Union Square this weekend has been identified, San Francisco General Hospital officials said today.
The man was found at about 5 a.m. Saturday with head injuries that suggested some sort of fall, hospital spokeswoman Rachael Kagan said.
His identity was initially a mystery, and hospital officials and San Francisco sheriff’s deputies released photos of him in his hospital bed and asked for the public’s help in learning his name.
After the public outreach, a relative of the man came forward on Sunday night and identified him, Kagan said.
The hospital has not released the man’s name.