Injured man rescued from roof of Fort Collins building

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — An incident where a man found injured and bleeding on the roof of a building was under investigation, according to Fort Collins police.

Fort Collins police were called to a business at 255 Linden St. around 7 a.m. on Monday after the owner found blood and broken glass on the floor of the hallway of the business.

Police investigated the scene and found an injured man on the roof, near a broken skylight, calling for help. He was bleeding from an injury to his arm, according to officials.

The Poudre Fire Department had to assist in the rescue and used a basket and ladder truck to get the man off the roof.

He was taken to the Medical Center of the Rockies and was undergoing surgery.   His condition was not released.

Fort Collins Police Services are investigating the circumstances surrounding how the man ended up on the roof and received the injuries.

The identity of the injured man was not released.

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