A 19-year-old teen was Medflighted to Brigham and Women's Hospital shortly after 10 p.m. Wednesday night, a little less than an hour after he allegedly fell from the third-story window of a house located across from the
Thursday morning, Police Chief Robert Picariello identified Gleb Dozorets, 19, of Pleasant Street, as the man who fell. A hospital spokesman at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston said Dozorets was still in the Intensive Care Unit Thursday morning and was listed in critical condition.
According to a report issued by Picariello this morning, police first heard of the incident at 8:36 p.m., when a caller reported that a man fell in front of the Three Cod Tavern, possibly out of a tree.
Police quickly blocked off a portion of Pleasant Street and MedFlight was on its way to Seaside Park in less than five minutes from when the initial call went out. Members of the Swampacott Police Department were reportedly called for mutual aid while police were providing aid to the victim.
Local police swept the baseball field at Seaside Park for any debris that may impede the helicopter's landing and the helicopter reportedly touched down at 9:56 p.m.
According to the report, Dozorets was seizuring around 10:02 p.m. and was unresponsive when he was loaded into the helicopter. Onboard were pilot David Masson, medic William Olsen and nurse Laura Moreau.
Picariello said an investigation into the cause of the fall is ongoing.
Dozorets graduated from Marblehead High School in 2010.
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