Caught on Camera: Chargers Fans Attack Broncos Fan

National City Police arrested four people for assault and public intoxication

By Christina London
|  Monday, Jan 13, 2014  |  Updated 11:46 AM EDT
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A gathering of Chargers fans turned violent after Sunday’s loss to the Denver Broncos.

The incident happened Sunday night at 4th Street and Highland Avenue in National City, a place where hundreds of fans routinely gather after Chargers games.

According to National City Police, a man in a Broncos jersey was taunting Bolts fans, which started a brawl.

YouTube video shows two Chargers fans punching the man and kicking him in the head.

Police were already on scene and were able to break up the fight before it escalated further.

Police said the victim was not taken to the hospital. No one was seriously injured.

National City Police arrested four people for assault and public intoxication.

The Chargers lost to the Broncos 24-17, ending their postseason run.


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