INDIANAPOLIS – An enthusiastic fan caused a glass barrier to burst during the college football playoff championship game, officials at Lucas Oil Stadium said.
A FOX59 viewer shared photos of the broken glass in Section 634.
Lucas Oil manager said the incident happened in Q4 as someone was celebrating a touchdown. This person has not been located.
There were no serious injuries, although someone was examined in hospital.
From Eric Neuberger, director of Lucas Oil Stadium:
“I can confirm that a glass barrier was broken in section 634 during the 4th quarter of the national championship game. According to information at the scene, the person broke the glass celebrating a touchdown. After falling, the individual fled and stadium staff could not locate him. There were no serious injuries from the broken glass. Three people were assessed by paramedics at the scene and one person was taken to hospital for further assessment of the injuries they sustained.
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