Penn State student killed in fall from ninth floor
STATE COLLEGE — A Penn State University student is dead after he fell from the ninth floor balcony of an apartment building.
Conor Macmannis, 20, was pronounced dead at the scene early Saturday, state police said. The fall occurred at 3:43 a.m. at the Penn Towers building on Beaver Avenue.
A preliminary investigation suggests drugs and alcohol were factors in the fall, police said.
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