A man suffered life-threatening injuries in a fall from a roof during what appears to have been a Bay to Breakers house party today, according to San Francisco police.
The 3:30 p.m. incident on the 2000 block of Fell Street appears to be among the most serious reported during the race and subsequent celebrations.
According to NBC11, the falling victim, SF man David Hamzeh, died Sunday night.
San Francisco police arrested 21 people for public intoxication, one for possession of a firearm and one felony arrest for robbery during the race and event, according to police Officer Albie Esparza.
Another 16 people were taken into sobering centers.
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Police also responded to 20 house parties, notifying party-goers that it was time to “end the festivities,” Esparza said.
One officer sustained minor injuries during an arrest, and two bars were admonished about being over their occupancy limits, Esparza said.
Ethiopian Tolossa Gedefa Fufi, 21, was the top male runner, completing the 7.46-mile course with a time of 35 minutes and 1 second, race spokeswoman DeeDee Taft said.
American Ryan Hall, 30, placed second with a course time of 35 minutes and 40 seconds, and Ethiopian Tesfaye Sendeku Alemayehu, 29, placed third with a time of 36 minutes and four seconds, Taft said.
One the women’s side, Burundi athlete Diane Nukuri-Johnson, 28, finished first, running the course in 40 minutes and 12 seconds.
Adrienne Herzog, 27, of the Netherlands came in second with a time of 40 minutes and 42 seconds, and American Chelsea Reilly, 24, placed third at 40 minutes and 56 seconds.