Ann Arbor High School student injured in 6-story fall at MSU

Teenager reportedly slipped and broke through the glass

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Authorities say an Ann Arbor high school student was seriously injured after accidentally falling from a sixth-floor window at a Michigan State University dorm.

What happened

Campus police say 18-year-old Lexi Pew fell from a window of North Case Hall on the East Lansing campus about 3 a.m. Sunday.
"I heard glass shatter then I saw something white falling down," said Ustina Shives who lives on the 6th floor of the dorm. "After I realized it was a human I knew I had to call 9-1-1."

---Ustina Shives witnessed the fall

Her condition

She was taken to Sparrow Hospital for treatment and is listed in critical condition. She's undergone two surgeries already Sunday to mend her broken bones, and a family member says her lungs collapsed from the fall.

WILX-TV reports the young woman fell after tripping near a window while several people were playing a game of catch in a dorm lounge and broke through the glass.
WSU Police say: "[We] are investigating the accident and have found no indications of suspicious activity."

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