A 36-year-old visitor to SF is dead after plummeting through a skylight on a Mission District building.

Bay City News reports that at 4:20 a.m. Tuesday, medics and officers from the San Francisco Police Department were called to a residence on Shotwell Street near 14th Street.

When they arrived, they found a man lying on the floor of the garage of the building, apparently after falling through the skylight on the roof of the structure. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

According to Mission Local, the deceased man "had been drinking with a friend at 83 Shotwell Street" at the time of his fall.

Speaking to a resident of the building, Mission Local says that "The building has a rooftop deck that extends beyond the building and the man who plunged to his death walked to the other side of the roof that has no deck."

The fallen man, a 36-year-old visitor from Los Angeles, "was standing on the skylight - made of a plastic material - when it gave way and he fell one story onto the garage floor."

According to an SFPD spokesperson, foul play is not currently suspected, and "the case is in the hands of the Medical Examiner now."