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Man suffers head injuries after landing on head

A 53-year-old Fargo man remains in critical condition today after falling from an apartment Friday night and landing on his head. The man, whose name wasn't released by Fargo police, had been involved in a domestic incident and suffered severe he...

A 53-year-old Fargo man remains in critical condition today after falling from an apartment Friday night and landing on his head.

The man, whose name wasn't released by Fargo police, had been involved in a domestic incident and suffered severe head injuries.

"He is still in critical care but it sounds like he's going to make it," said Sgt. Jason Nelson.

Police were called to 1629 2nd Ave. S., at 4:37 p.m. by a woman. She left the apartment and went to a neighbor's residence to call police.

The woman and her boyfriend were in the apartment with the man before she called police. Nelson said the man and the woman's boyfriend were acquaintances but it appears the victim fell from either a balcony or window.

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"It doesn't appear there was a struggle," Nelson said. However, the victim "has severe head injuries, no question about it," he said.

Police have not been able to interview the victim because of his injuries. The man was taken to Fargo's MeritCare Hospital.

Man suffers head injuries after landing on head Forum staff reports 20071124

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