An Irish tourist, Thomas Owen Hughes, 20, fell off an apartment balcony in Magaluf, Spain on Sunday.

Hughes was found lying on the ground in the apartment complex courtyard by a resident of the town at 11 am that day and emergency services were called soon after.

Paramedics who arrived at the scene were unable to revive Hughes, which left them having no choice but to pronounce his death where he was located.

His body was taken away just before 1:30 Mallorca time and was claimed to have been identified by friends of his.

Allegedly, neighbors in the building had overheard a lot of noise around 4 am Sunday morning, but no one is sure that was the time in which he had fallen.

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The Irish Mirror reported that the man had been staying at a hotel nearby and that this apartment complex, called Eden Roc, was where a Scottish tourist, Natalie Cormack, had died as well. Cormack had fallen from the seventh-floor of the building.

There is currently an ongoing investigation by the police and a duty court in Palma is waiting on a completed police report on the incident. It is expected for an autopsy to take place in Palma, the island’s capital.

Investigators are unsure as to why the accident happened and are investigating the circumstances of his death.

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Beachgoers in Magaluf, Spain.Wiki Commons