New Concerns Over Safety at Ballparks

60-year-old fan loses balance and falls to his death in Atlanta.
1:14 | 09/01/15

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Next tonight here to new concerns about safety at America's ball parks, a fan falling to his death in Atlanta this weekend, landing near a doctor who tried to save his life. ABC's Steve osunsami is at the ballpark tonight. Reporter: Tonight, managers at turner field are still waiting for toxicology reports to see if they might help explain why 60-year-old Greg murrey fell to his death Saturday. Someone just fell over the upper deck. Reporter: Alex Rodriguez was at bat for the yankees when fans started booing. Witnesses say murrey was one of them, losing his balance as he stood up in this second row, tumbling over the seats right in front of him, and then over the railing. Dr. Joe ricotta tried to save the man's life. I heard a loud noise on impact and immediately knew it was a person and sort of instinctively rushed in that direction. Reporter: Critics are questioning whether there's a safety issue at ballparks. This is now the third deadly incident at turner field since 2008. You're definitely thinking about that family. It's definitely a huge tragedy. Reporter: The victim's family released a statement saying he was doing what he loved when he died, watching the braves. David? Steve, thank you.

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