A fan at Sports Authority Field at Mile High that fell over a stairwell railing on Monday night has died, according to the Associated Press. The Denver Post reported that the man fell from a "severe height," and the Associated Press put the fall at "30 to 50 feet."

The fall reportedly took place around 9:44 p.m. local time, and emergency personnel responded to a 911 call for help near the north end of the stadium.

According to the AP report, the medical examiner's office said Tuesday that the man was transported to a hospital and pronounced dead. His name has not been released and a Denver police spokesman did not immediately provide details about the investigation. The incident occurred near the north end of the stadium following the Broncos' game against the Houston Texans.

Stadium Management Company, which operates the stadium, released this statement Tuesday morning: "A fan was taken to the hospital after falling over a stairwell railing at Sports Authority Field at Mile High shortly after Monday night's game. Our thoughts are with the injured fan, and we are in the process of learning more about this incident from the Denver Police Department's investigation."

Fans at Sports Authority Field were previously injured during falls in August 2013 and September 2015. In the 2015 incident, the man fell approximately 15 feet.

In November 2013, a Bills fan slid down the railing at Ralph Wilson Stadium before falling off the upper deck and landing on another fan below. Both fans were injured, and the man who fell was banned from the stadium for what the Bills called "irresponsible behavior."