“We are going to leave no stone unturned,” said Lt. Geoffrey Meeks, with the Inglewood Police Department.
BY HARRIET RYAN
INGLEWOOD – Police are investigating the apparent beating of a San Francisco 49ers fan found severely injured in the parking lot of SoFi Stadium during Sunday’s NFC championship game against the Rams.
Daniel Luna, a restaurant owner from Oakland, remains hospitalized at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in what Inglewood police said was a medically induced coma.
Luna, 40, was discovered on the ground by Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics in Lot L of the stadium about 4 p.m., a half an hour into the Rams-49ers contest, said Inglewood Police Lt. Geoffrey Meeks. Luna was wearing a San Francisco jersey and black pants, Meeks said.
The City and their law enforcement officers continue to reinforce the city is safe to attend events, especially the upcoming Super Bowl which will be played in Inglewood Feb. 13.
“This is going to be one of the safest, most glamorous Super Bowls in the history of Super Bowls,” Inglewood Mayor James Butts said at a media briefing Wednesday.
Inglewood was the scene of a mass shooting Jan. 23, which left four dead, and one survivor. The shooting remains under investigation.
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2UrbanGirls contributed to this report.