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Woman hurt in fight between fans outside AT&T Park

By Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 05:08 a.m. HST, Jul 11, 2014



SAN FRANCISCO >> San Francisco police say a woman trying to break up a fight following a game at AT&T Park was hospitalized after being knocked unconscious.

KPIX-TV reports the confrontation happened Thursday outside the stadium after the Giants lost to the Oakland A's.

Police say the woman, who was wearing an A's cap, was punched in the face and fell, hitting her head on the sidewalk.

She was unresponsive when an ambulance took her to the hospital, and her condition was unknown.

Authorities say she was intervening in a fight between two men when she was struck.

Police are searching for suspects. No arrests have been made.

Thursday's fight came a day after a jury awarded damages to Bryan Stow, a Giants fan who was severely beaten by two men at Dodger Stadium.






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cojef wrote:
Dangerous encounters at the ballparks in California! Bad PR for America's best pastime.
on July 11,2014 | 06:57AM
AhiPoke wrote:
As our society demands more and more personal freedoms we have developed a generation of people who see no limits to bad behavior.
on July 11,2014 | 07:47AM
HD36 wrote:
Our society in America is less free than any other time in history. Bad behavior is more a consequence of a breakdown in the family structure and morals.
on July 11,2014 | 08:42AM
saveparadise wrote:
I agree with Poke. No limits to bad behaviour from the entitlement generation. Punishment seems non existent and never fits the crime. Do what you like and who cares if you get caught. Anarchy exists among many.
on July 11,2014 | 09:09AM
Jonas wrote:
The best part is that it's always someone else's fault. No one takes responsibility for their own actions. Was reading a yahoo article about a woman in Canada who was driving her SUV and encountered 3 teenage bicyclists. She killed one and severely injured one of the others. The third escaped injury. She is now suing the 3 boys' families saying that they were "incompetent bicyclists" and caused her severe emotional damage and stress because of the incident. She is seeking $1.3 million.
on July 11,2014 | 10:58AM
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