Fight results in manslaughter charge after man hits head
TORONTO - A 28-year-old man has been charged in Toronto's 34th homicide of the year.
Police say two men got into an altercation early Sunday and one of them fell to the ground and suffered a life-threatening head injury.
Brian McClenaghan, 28, died of his injuries on Tuesday and police say an autopsy Wednesday determined the cause of death to be a blunt force head injury.
Terence Grayston of Toronto was charged Sunday with aggravated assault but the charge was upgraded to manslaughter today.