A San Francisco 49ers fan found injured in the parking lot during the NFC title game between the Rams and the 49ers was in the hospital in a coma as police continue to search for clues in the crime.
While SoFi Stadium is preparing for the Super Bowl, the Inglewood Police Department said they are also assisting in an assault investigation that took place after kickoff last Sunday.
Detectives were focusing on what happened in a parking lot at the stadium, where paramedics arrived at 4 Sunday afternoon with reports of a man down.
That man was wearing a 49ers jersey and black pants, police said. He was identified as 40-year-old Daniel Luna of Oakland.
Luna was rushed into the emergency room and was placed in a medically induced coma.
After assessing his injuries, the medical center contacted Inglewood police. His injuries were consistent with an assault.
The restaurant he owns in Oakland temporarily closed.
The assault against Luna is a reminder of the 2011 attack at Dodger Stadium on Bryan Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan who traveled from Northern California for the game.
Stow suffered brain damage.
Two men were convicted in that beating.
The Inglewood police say they have not uncovered information to believe this was a targeted attack based on Luna’s team affiliation.
Police also sayd they don’t believe robbery was a motive since Luna had his wallet, his phone, and his watch.
SoFi says they will be releasing a statement.
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