The exact cause of death is unknown, but preliminary autopsy results show there were no “traumatic injuries” in the death of a New England Patriots fan who died during a scuffle with Dolphins fans at the stadium Sunday night.
However, an autopsy revealed a medical problem.
Dale Mooney, 53, went to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, with three friends on Sunday to cheer on the Patriots. Mooney’s friends and other witnesses claim a group of Dolphins fans jawed and taunted them throughout the game, and the two groups eventually confronted each other in the stands.
“By the fourth quarter, it just took a hit.” Said Witness Joe Kilmartin, according to CBS News.
During Sunday Night Football, a Patriots fan who had held the season for 30 years was knocked out by a Dolphins fan, fell and died without regaining consciousness.
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“I then saw a fan throw two punches at the victim, who was a Dolphins fan. He was wearing a Dolphins jersey, and the victim slumped in his seat at that point. ” Kilmartin said.
According to another witness, “At one point one of them came down to the other row and it got more physical, just pushing and shoving and grabbing jerseys and stuff, but I I only saw one punch, but I definitely saw punches and punches.”The gentleman was knocked out by one punch, and it was a pretty vicious punch. ”
The autopsy report did not identify any medical problems revealed by the procedure.
moony’s wife Said According to 7NEWS, her husband had no known heart disease. However, his father had heart problems.
Dale Mooney was a self-employed construction worker and a 30-year Patriots season ticket holder.