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A Scotland fan is "fighting for his life" after plunging from a sixth-floor hotel room in London.
The travelling member of the Tartan Army was rushed to hospital with serious injuries after falling in the street, the Sun reports.
Scotland fans had been celebrating into Saturday night following their team's 0-0 Euro 2020 stalemate with England.
Police and paramedics from the London ambulance service were called to the hotel late last night.
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called last night at 8.40pm to reports of an incident at the Corus Hotel in Lancaster Gate.
"We sent a number of resources to the scene including an ambulance, an incident response officer and the London Air Ambulance car.
"A man on scene who had fallen from the second floor was assessed and conveyed to hospital."
@MPSWestminster tweeted: "We were called at around 9.40pm on Friday to a man throwing items from the window of a hotel in Lancaster Gate, W2.
"It was also reported that the man had injuries to his hands. Officers attended the location and detained a 27yo man after he fell from a window.
"He was arrested on suspicion of affray. The man has been taken to hospital for treatment. His condition is not believed to be life-threatening."
Officers from Met Police established a cordon outside the Corus hotel on Lancaster Gate in Hyde Park after the horror incident.
Cops first tended to the man with first aid kits as paramedics raced to the scene.
The man was rushed to a major trauma unit at the St Mary's hospital in West London.
It is believed that he was staying with a friend in a £180 a night room.
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