DEVELOPING STORY: Northeastern student seriously injured after falling from Mission Hill window


Harriet Rovniak

The Boston Police Department headquarters right off Tremont Street. Boston Police responded to a call Saturday evening reporting a Northeastern student had fallen from the second-floor window of a Mission Hill home.

Sonel Cutler, campus editor

A Northeastern student was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after falling from the second-floor window of a Mission Hill home Saturday night, according to Boston police.

Boston police responded to a call around 7 p.m. Saturday reporting a woman had fallen from the top story of a two-story house on Judge Street, said Officer Michael Torigian, a police spokesperson, in a phone interview Sunday morning. According to Channel 5 WCVB,  the incident occurred at 2 Judge St. Torigian declined to provide the exact address, citing the ongoing investigation.

The incident also prompted a response from Northeastern police, Boston 25 reported.

The student was taken to a local hospital for treatment, where Torigian said she continues to suffer from life-threatening injuries.

Northeastern spokesperson Renata Nyul told The News the university is still awaiting confirmation on her condition and cannot comment further. 

Boston police do not suspect foul play and the incident appears to be a “tragic accident,” according to the university.