A man died on Friday after falling at Tate Modern in London, the Times of London reports. After the incident, the museum closed for the day.

“We are very sad to report that a member of the public passed away at Tate Modern this morning,” the museum said in a statement to the Times. “The police are not treating the event as suspicious, but we have closed the gallery for the day as a mark of respect. All our thoughts are with the person’s family and friends at this time.”

The Metropolitan Police said that they had been called to the scene at 10:45 a.m. and that the death was being considered “unexpected but is not thought to be suspicious.” A victim has not yet been identified to the public.

It is the second time in the past five years that a person has fallen at Tate Modern.

In 2019, a six-year-old French boy was thrown by Jonty Bravery, who was a teenager at the time of the incident. Despite having fallen 100 feet, the boy survived, though he suffered a brain bleed and broken bones. The boy now uses a wheelchair.

Bravery, who was convicted of attempted murder in 2020, is currently serving a 15-year prison sentence.