SAN DIEGO (KSWB) – A window washer was killed Wednesday after he fell eight stories from a building in downtown San Diego, authorities said.

The fall happened at a recently opened 14-story affordable housing community, San Diego police said. The 407-unit building, which has been under construction for two years, is operated by a charity that helps homeless people.

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, the man, who was not publicly identified, fell from scaffolding. Police said he died at the scene.

Officers responded and notified Cal-OSHA, a state agency that investigates work-related fatalities, a San Diego police spokesperson told the newspaper.

Few other details were available. A Cal-OSHA spokesperson confirmed to the Union-Tribune that the incident is under investigation.

The area surrounding the property was closed for several hours as police investigated.