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Four Stabbed in Melee at NFL Game

Friday, 13 Dec 2013 05:18 AM

 

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Four people were stabbed, with one critically wounded, in a melee late on Thursday in a parking lot outside the Denver stadium hosting a U.S. National Football League game, police said.

Police responded to reports of a disturbance at about 9:55 p.m. local time outside Sports Authority Field at Mile High where the Denver Broncos were playing the San Diego Chargers, said city police department spokesman Steve Warneke.

Three of the men who were stabbed were in custody, conscious and talking, and a fourth possible stabbing victim fled the scene, Warneke said.

The incident was witnessed by fans leaving the stadium but further details were unclear, he said.

The Chargers beat the Broncos 27-20, bolstering the California franchise's playoff chances and delivering the Denver football team its first home loss of the season.

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