INDIANAPOLIS - Crews arriving for work early Friday morning at a downtown construction site found a man who had fallen from several stories above.
Indianapolis police (IMPD) said construction workers arrived to work at an in-development apartment building in the 600 block of College Avenue to find a man lying on the ground.
Police said they believe the man fell from the third floor of the four-story building.
Investigators were not sure why the man was in the building in the first place. He has not yet been identified.
The man was taken to Eskenazi Health in critical condition.
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