A 27-year-old woman was injured Friday after falling from a Wrigleyville rooftop during a Cubs game, police said.
The woman fell from the rooftop around 4:45 p.m. in the 1000 block of West Waveland Avenue, according to Chicago Police News Affairs Officer Bari Lemmon.
She suffered a broken hip and was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center where she was listed in stable condition, Lemmon said.
Anne Fosnacht witnessed the fall and later posted about the incident on Reddit.
"I was sitting on the deck right below her and was sitting pretty close to the edge when I saw this girl like passing down throught the gangway," she said. "I stood up and looked over and saw her fall the rest of the way. A whole bunch of people said 'Oh my God was that a person' because it happened so fast. Everyone just started screaming to call an ambulance."
Fosnacht said the woman fell about four stories.
"Her girlfriends said they didn't realize there was a gap [in between the buildings] and she tried to just hop over and missed," she said. "They were just hysterical. It was pretty scary."
Police could not confirm details surrounding the fall.
Friday’s Cubs game against the Pittsburgh Pirates was suspended with the game tied at 3 due to heavy rain in the seventh inning. The game was scheduled to resume Saturday.