A man died Monday night after falling 65 feet from the upper level of Turner Field and landing in a parking lot outside of the stadium.
The man whose name was not released was transported to Atlanta Medical Center where he later died Officer John Chafee with Atlanta police said.

“At this time there is no indication of foul play and the fall appears accidental” Chafee said in an emailed statement.
Investigators remained at the scene late Monday trying to determine what led to the fall.

The start of Monday night’s game vs. the Phillies was delayed due to rain and the game started just prior to the man’s fall shortly before 9 p.m.

The death is believed to be the second fatal fall at the stadium.
In May 2008 a spectator died after falling 150 feet inside Turner Field. Justin Hayes 25 of Cumming fell from the upper deck concourse to the field level concourse behind home plate.
Last year a college football fan fell 45 feet to his death at the Georgia Dome. On Aug. 31 Isaac Grubb 20 of Lenoir City Tenn. fell during the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game between Tennessee and North Carolina State Georgia World Congress Center Authority officials previously said.

Grubb who suffered head trauma died after being transported to the hospital. His death was ruled accidental.