During a Bay to Breakers party at 2040 Fell Street, a man suffered life-threatening injuries after falling from a roof on Sunday afternoon. He fell four stories from the top of the Panhandle-adjacent building.

According to KRON 4 Morning News, the man tumbled while leaning over the roof. (Fell Street runs along the Bay to Breakers route.) The incident happened at around 3:15 p.m. He was rushed to San Francisco General where he later died.

The identity of the victim has yet to be released.

In addition to one fatality, police pinched 21 people for public intoxication, "one for possession of a firearm and one felony arrest for robbery during the race and event. " A reported 16 sots were taken to sobriety centers to recover from the revelry.

Update: The Chron reports that the victim has been identified as 28-year-old David Hamzeh, an employee at the online marketing company DemandForce, according to a company spokesperson. It sounds like many people witnessed his from the sidewalk and from neighboring buildings, and it was pretty gruesome and traumatic. The party was allegedly not very rowdy, but at 3:30 p.m. it's likely Hamzeh had been drinking most of the day. [Chron]

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