A student at the University of California, Berkeley is in a coma and listed in critical condition after falling nearly three stories off of the side of a fraternity house.
Andrew Crowley, a UC Berkeley freshmen, fell off the Phi Gamma Delta house -- more commonly known as Fiji -- as he was trying to scale a drain pipe that ran vertical up the side of the house, according to the Daily Californian. He almost made it to the third floor of the building before the pipe separated from the building and he fell backwards. Police found Crowley shortly before midnight on Saturday unconscious with "obvious head trauma and a lot of bleeding."
Sgt. Mary Kusmiss with the Berkeley Police Department said Crowley showed signs of alcohol intoxication and there appeared to be no signs of foul play.
Crowley is a member of the school's crew team. He is not a member of the Fiji fraternity.
There were no events being held at Fiji on Saturday and frat brothers say few of their members were home at the time.
"Absent the opportunity to interview the young man," Kusmiss said, "it is not known why he was climbing the pipe."
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