2 stabbed during fight taped at In-N-Out Burger involving fans of rival NFL teams

Two people were stabbed to death during a wild brawl Friday at a California In-N-Out Burger involving fans of rival NFL teams, and part of the violent confrontation was recorded.

The fight broke out at the fast food chain in Santa Clara with three men, including one wearing a San Francisco 49ers jersey and another wearing a Las Vegas Raiders jersey, pummeling a shirtless man to the ground, according to images obtained by KTVU.

At one point during the shocking events, it appeared that the shirtless man attacked the shirtless man with a sharp object while a nearby woman yelled at them to stop.

At least 10 people fell to the ground and two were injured with “multiple stab wounds” around 11:15 p.m., Santa Clara police said.

The two victims were taken to the hospital. It is not clear what condition they were in.

The suspect in the stabbing remains at large despite several people being detained after the fight, police said.

The fight occurred at an In-N-Out following a 49ers preseason game. KRON4
At least two people were stabbed. At least two people were stabbed. KRON4

Other footage of the fight showed men dressed in 49ers or Raiders uniforms throwing tedders as startled restaurant workers and other patrons looked on. Blood could be seen in some parts of the floor.

The fight occurred shortly after the 49ers’ final preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers.

Levi’s Stadium, where the game took place, is a couple of miles from the In-N-Out Burger, according to KTVU.

Santa Clara police are investigating. Santa Clara police are investigating. KTVU

The Raiders and 49ers met earlier this summer.

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Last week, 49ers fans again received national attention for violent behavior when a fight broke out in the stands during San Francisco’s preseason game against the Denver Broncos.

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