A drummer from Williamsburg fell from a third floor window ledge in Chelsea and impaled his head on a fence early yesterday morning. According to the NY Post, "Rescuers used an electric saw to detach Nicholas Blossom, 26, from the fence at Sixth Avenue near West 26th Street. A section of the railing was still attached to his scalp when he arrived at Bellevue Hospital."

According to the Daily News, Blossom "was causing a ruckus outside on the third-floor balcony on Sixth Ave. near W. 26th St. when the cops were called around 4 a.m., sources said. As cops arrived, Blossom - of Williamsburg, Brooklyn - tripped and fell off the balcony, only to land a floor below with his head impaled by a fence on the platform, cops and family said." A cop told the Post that he was screaming that he "hated everyone," and Post sources say that Blossom, who is in the band Alaska Alaska and went to the party with a bandmate, first fell "onto the second-floor balcony of an adjoining apartment building, landing head first on the fence."

Doctors were able to remove the piece of fence from Blossom's head. His mother told the Post, "He is out of surgery and making some jokes. The doctor tells us that he was very lucky." But he's in a lot of pain: Blossom reportedly moaned, "I just f---ing want to scream," from his hospital bed.