A Dodgers fan was hospitalized following a fight in a parking lot at Dodger Stadium after the six-hour game on Friday, according to police and family members of the victim.
The raid came from a "verbal altercation" between two men outside the stadium following the Dodgers game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, said Lieutenant Silvia Sanchez with the Los Angeles Police Department over Fox News. The police said shortly after midnight on Saturday, "One of the men was seriously injured when he fell to the ground after a blow."
"He was hit, his head hit the ground, causing a fractured skull, and Now his brain is swelling, he is bleeding in the brain, "the wife of the victim Christel Reyna told KABC.
She identified the victim of the media company as her husband, 47-year-old Rafael Reyna, a father of four.
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"A witness immediately reported the incident to the stadium personnel and the LAPD. Immediately, paramedics were dispatched to provide on-site medical assistance, "the LAPD said in a statement. The victim was then taken to the hospital.
On a fundraising page created by Christel Reyna to cover her medical expenses, she wrote that her husband had been attacked in Lot 3 shortly after midnight on Saturday after the Dodgers game.
Whole attack because I was talking to him at the time, "she wrote on the page. We ask anyone who has information, what he knows, to catch the one who does it to my husband. "
Expect some hard roads ahead of us, but we believe in the power of our Lord to heal him and bring our family through," wrote Christel. "Please keep sending your prayers for my husband, we can certainly get a lot of them now
She also made a public plea on her Facebook page and wrote: "Help us find out who attacked my husband at the Dodger Stadium last night! Somebody saw something!" Lot 2/3 at midnight last Night (Friday night) I heard the whole attack on the phone and knew someone was there to witness! "
The LAPD told Fox News that they are working with the Dodgers on the investigation.
There were no arrests and no cause for the fight Police said Fox was still investigating.
The police described the suspect in his 20s as male Hispanic and said, that he may have left the grounds in a white SUV, possibly in a Toyota 4Runner.
An official update on Reyna's condition was not available.
Meanwhile, a video recorded in the stadium, showing another fight that took place during the game, was posted on social media, including Twitter. It shows several fans beating each other and screaming. It was not clear what had caused this brawl.
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There were other violent clashes at Dodgers Stadium, including a left-damaged San Francisco Giants fan named Bryan Stow's brain damage and disability ,
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. The beating provokes public outrage and leads to more security in Dodgers' games.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.