The Los Angeles Rams hosted and won the game, which was watched by a large number of 49ers fans. The game was fantastic, but things went bad at SoFi Stadium’s parking zone. A fan was discovered on the ground in a stadium parking lot by LAFD paramedics on Wednesday.
Daniel Luna, a San Francisco 49ers fan, is in a coma after what authorities believe was a beating at the SoFi Stadium parking lot during Sunday’s NFC championship game.
After neglecting to notify the public about a 49ers fan who was allegedly assaulted in the SoFi Stadium parking lot, law enforcement officials are facing major blowback. According to L.A. Times, authorities in Inglewood waited three days to recognize the incident. Officials faced suspicion on Thursday over why they didn’t inform the public sooner.
Luna was discovered wearing a Niners shirt 30 minutes after the game began, according to Lt. Geoffrey Meeks of the Los Angeles County Fire Department, but it’s unclear when the attack occurred.
The timing is unfortunate for Los Angeles County, which is hosting Super Bowl LVI in the coming weeks, leading many to conclude that officials were hesitant to reveal information about the event for fear of a public relations nightmare.
According to Law enforcement sources, no suspects have been identified in the case, but police initiated an inquiry into the situation around 7 p.m on Sunday night. Officials at SoFi Stadium said they were “informed and saddened” by the occurrence and that they were cooperating with law enforcement throughout the inquiry.
“Our thoughts are with Mr. Luna’s friends and family during this difficult time.”
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