The police cordon on and around Lendal Bridge has been removed.
The bridge itself was closed to both pedestrians and traffic on Friday after a man was discovered at about 3am at the bottom of the steps leading to Dame Judi Dench Walk.
He was taken to Leeds General Infirmary in a critical condition.
The bridge was later reopened but a section of pavement, but the slipway and steps remained off limits as police inquiries continued. This cordon was lifted on Saturday night.
From February 18, 2017 12.04 pm
Lendal Bridge pavement still cordoned off and covered by tarpaulin
Part of the pavement on Lendal Bridge remains cordoned off after an incident which left a man seriously injured.
Tarpaulin is covering an area of the footpath, and a section of the steps that lead down from the bridge to Dame Judi Dench walk.
It follows the discovery of a 25-year-old man at the bottom of the steps on Dame Judi Dench Walk at 3.03am on Friday (February 17) with serious injuries.
The man, from London, was taken to Leeds General Infirmary where he is said to be in a critical condition.
Cordons guarded by police remain in place on the cobbled slipway leading down to the river and next to Lendal Tower.
The bridge is busy with pedestrians and traffic on this half term Saturday. Officers were helping pedestrians to negotiate their way round the cordon in safety.
Forensic officers in white suits were at the scene yesterday. The mobile police office was there again today.
Anyone who was in the area at around 3am on Friday is asked to contact police.
How to help the police
|Call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1 and ask for the Force Control Room|
|Quote reference number 12170027352|