• A New York woman, 35, was injured during a ghost-hunting expedition at Buffalo's landmark Central Terminal
  • She plunged through a roof and fell about 15 to 20 feet
  • No charges have been filed over the incident

A 35-year-old Kenmore, New York, woman was injured after a nearly two-story fall during a ghost-hunting expedition at the state's historic Buffalo Central Terminal last weekend, police said.

The unnamed woman and one more individual — an unidentified man — were taking part in a paranormal investigation in the former railroad station in Buffalo, New York, without permission on Saturday night when she plunged through a substation roof near the back of the property and fell about 15 to 20 feet, The Buffalo News reported, citing the city's police.

Ferry-Filmore District officers and other emergency personnel responded to a rescue call shortly past 10:30 p.m., according to the outlet. The woman was transported by ambulance to Erie County Medical Center, where she was treated for multiple injuries.

The woman's current condition is unknown, and it was unclear if her injuries were life-threatening.

The man who accompanied her had not been injured, according to the report.

No charges have been filed over the incident, police said.

Buffalo Central Terminal was active from 1929 to 1979 and is now a "prized site" for urban explorers and lovers of challenging restoration projects. It is now owned by the nonprofit restoration group Central Terminal Restoration Corporation, which has been working to return the building to its original state.

The 17-story Art Deco-style station attracts a lot of attention from those interested in the supernatural, a report by the New York Post said. There have been ghost tours in the building, and the television series "Ghost Hunters" once shot a six-hour live program from the station.

"Learn a little bit of both of the fascinating history of the Central Terminal as well as the ghostly stories and claims of paranormal activity that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up! Stand in the exact location in the Central Terminal where this haunting evidence was captured!" read the description for one of the official hunts in October 2018.

The terminal is now open and accessible to visitors only during events. The next one is the Play/Ground public art extravaganza running from Aug. 6 to 15.

Representation. The 35-year-old victim fell through a roof while trespassing Buffalo Central Terminal. Pixabay