Two Stabbed at In-N-Out During Brawl Between Raiders and 49ers Fans, Video Shows

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Two people were stabbed during a brawl between 49ers and Raiders fans that went down at a Santa Clara In-N-Out Burger restaurant.

As reported by KTVU, the fight was caught in a wild video that showed three people fighting before the whole situation escalated to as many as ten people getting involved. Two people were left with stab wounds following the incident, which also resulted in the arrest of several individuals.

At one moment in the video, a man could be seen holding a sharp object which they appeared to use against a shirtless man on the floor. It's unclear what sparked the violent fight, but the age-restricted footage can be seen here.

Per a news release from the Santa Clara Police Department, the fight went down around 11 p.m. on Friday, August 25. "Officers responded to a report of a large fight involving at least 10 individuals inside the In-N-Out Burger located at 3001 Mission College Blvd," authorities said. "Upon arrival, SCPD officers detained multiple individuals and determined that two individuals sustained multiple stab wounds during the incident. Those victims were transported to a local hospital for treatment. The suspect is not in custody and remains outstanding."

The investigation into the fight is ongoing.

Earlier this month, the Montgomery Police Department arrested multiple people after a viral video showed a riverboat brawl. The incident started when two men got into a heated argument and another shirtless man decided to get involved by throwing a punch. The incident continued to grow in size as multiple people tried to break up the scuffle.

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