A California man’s family says he was hospitalized on life support as a result of a fight following a major-league baseball game on Friday.
According to Fox News, 47-year-old Rafael Reyna sustained a fractured skull when he fell to the ground after being punched in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
The Dodgers-Diamondbacks game had just ended when Christel Reyna said she was on the phone with her husband and heard him arguing with another man. Shortly after that, she described the sound of a crack and Rafael Reyna’s apparent moans.
“My husband Rafael Reyna was assaulted March 29th following a Dodgers game in Lot 3 just after midnight,” she wrote in an online fundraiser. “I heard the entire attack because I was on the phone with him at the time. We are asking anyone with information to share what they know so we can catch whoever did this to my husband.”
A possible suspect was seen leaving the scene in a white SUV.
Police confirmed they were investigating, adding no one had been arrested in connection with the incident.
In a public statement, the Dodgers organization confirmed it would be “cooperating fully” with law enforcement throughout the investigation, as reported by the New York Post.
“Last night, an altercation occurred suddenly between two men who were leaving the stadium,” the team statement read. “One of the men was injured as a result of the altercation. A witness immediately reported the incident to stadium personnel, and emergency medical technicians were promptly dispatched to provide medical assistance at the scene.”
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