LSU fans attacked while leaving West Virginia game

LSU players celebrate Morris Claiborne's 99-yard kick return for a TD.
LSU players celebrate Morris Claiborne's 99-yard kick return for a TD.

MORGANTOWN, WV (WAFB) - Police in West Virginia are looking for a group of people accused of attacking four LSU fans leaving Saturday night's game in Morgantown.

According to the Morgantown Police Department, the fight began as the fans were trying to leave the parking lot at Milan Puskar Stadium.

Investigators said the suspects threw a rock through an open window and then attacked the four fans inside the car.

According to family members, Marcus Mason was pulled out of the car and beaten. He suffered severe head injuries, including a crushed eye socket and a broken nose.

Mason's pregnant wife, Hannah, was also attacked. Luckily, she was checked out by doctors and her child was not injured in the attack.

Authorities said the other two passengers suffered minor injuries.

The search is on for the group of people responsible for the attack.

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