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A Couple Was Injured in an Attack Outside of an Elton John Concert


Thursday night, after an Elton John concert at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, a fight broke out in the parking lot. Two people were hurt.

KCBS-TV got a video of several people hitting another man as he lay on the ground in a parking lot. One of the two people who were hurt and spoke to the station but asked not to be named did not want to be identified.

The attack happened after John played at the baseball stadium as part of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. TMZ says that a man and a woman in their 60s were involved in the attack, which is being looked into by the LAPD.

The man on the ground, who the news station identified as Jamie, said the attack started when a woman said she hit the couple’s car mirror. He remembered that the woman had tried to hit him back then.

Jamie said that a man in a blue shirt, who can be seen in the video that KCBS-TV got, started punching him over and over while his wife, Lillian, stood by and watched before getting out of the car herself.

She said she was then thrown to the ground and hit her head so hard that she passed out. Lillian claimed she awoke to find her husband motionless on the ground.

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The two talked about head injuries, and Jamie, who was taken to the hospital after the accident, told the TV station that he hurt his ear, eye, back, and ankle.

A woman who said she was the couple’s daughter said that the attack left her father with broken bones and head injuries.

She further said that the only spectator who attempted to film the attack was “punched and his phone was destroyed by the same individual who assaulted” her dad.

HuffPost asked the woman for a comment, but she didn’t answer right away.

Jamie, a grandfather who just retired, said that he doesn’t want the people who hurt him to hurt anyone else. “They walked about like, ‘OK, we’re King Kong, we can get away with anything.'” He told KCBS-TV, “You can’t get away with this garbage.”

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