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SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. A man was thrown over a railing in a violent scuffle outside the stadium after the Los Angeles Chargers lost to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
A brawl broke out outside SoFi Stadium and a man was thrown over a railing after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.
Video captured by a bystander shows two men fighting, one of whom appears to be wearing a Chargers jersey. On one occasion, another man was thrown over the side of a railing and fell onto the concrete steps below. The video shows him getting up.
The person who took the video told KABC-TV Channel 7 that the fight began after one of the men collided with the other. Another man tried to join the fray and was the one who was thrown over the railing.
It was not clear if fans from different teams were involved in the fight. Inglewood Police did not immediately respond to a request for information Wednesday.
The violence is the latest in a string of brawls during sports games in Los Angeles County.
In March, Bryan Alexis Cifuentes was charged with aggravated assault in connection with a brawl in the stadium parking lot during the January 30 NFC Championship game between the Rams and the San Francisco 49ers.
Daniel Luna, a 49ers fan, approached a group of people and Cifuentes allegedly knocked him unconscious during a fight and fled the scene, authorities said. Luna was in a medically induced coma before being discharged from a local hospital.
The fight also followed the caning of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow in 2011 outside Dodger Stadium.
This story originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times.

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