This case involves a 71-year-old male patient who visited a gastroenterologist for a routine colonoscopy. During the colonoscopy, a large sessile serrated lesion was found. The patient received a hot snare polypectomy procedure for treatment of the lesion and was subsequently discharged. Post-operatively, at home, the patient developed rectal bleeding which caused him to faint. The patient fell backward, causing severe hip injuries as well as a traumatic brain injury. The patient was taken for emergency surgery for his traumatic brain injury but died post-operatively.