August 21, 2019

UPDATE 2 Costa Rica fans stabbed another hit with a bottle in

first_img Facebook Comments Aprendamos a celebrar por Dios. #FuerzaPúblicaCR toma control de la Plaza de la Democracia por incidentes. pic.twitter.com/PeWXzWJJRS— Celso Gamboa Sánchez (@CelsoGamboaCR) July 5, 2014 Update 7:51 p.m.:The Public Security Ministry (MSP) released a statement Saturday evening reporting that Red Cross responders attended to three victims from a fight that broke out in the capital’s Plaza de la Democracia. Two victims were injured from a stabbing and a third received treatment after being hit with a bottle. Police arrested eight involved in the disturbance, including one suspect identified by the last names Delgadillo Ruiz who was wanted on a weapon possession charge.Authorities still don’t know what started the brawl that interrupted an otherwise peaceful gathering. More than 1,000 fans watched Costa Rica and the Netherlands battle for a spot in the World Cup semifinals on a large LED screen at the plaza in downtown San José.Tico Times reporter Lindsay Fendt, who was at the scene, said that fans toward the back of the plaza did not realize what was unfolding in front of them and continued cheering the national team.An ambulance arrived soon arrived to the area and removed the injured on stretchers.Original article continues here: A Costa Rican fan lies in the Plaza de la Democracía in downtown San José after being stabbed in the back while watching Costa Rica play the Netherlands in the World Cup quarterfinals. AFPPolice and spectators rushed to assist injured Costa Rican fans at the Plaza de la Democracia in San José. Three people were reportedly injured, although the extent of those injuries has not yet been confirmed by authorities.Fans  gathered in the capital’s public plaza to watch the match. Police have sealed off the scene of the alleged crime and are investigating. A Costa Rican fan lies on the street after being stabbed in his back in the Parque de la Democracia in downtown San José, while watching Costa Rica play the Netherlands in the World Cup quarterfinals on Saturday. AFP Lindsay Fendt/The Tico Timescenter_img Related posts:17 arrested during La Sele’s giant homecoming celebration Costa Rica uniforms are international best-sellers thanks to World Cup run Costa Rica’s last hurrah in historic World Cup run Following recent crime wave, Solís announces new investment in San Carlos police forcelast_img read more

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The 5 Takeaways from the Coyotes introduction of

first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Fortunately for Fitzgerald, who has shown his arm off during training camp, he’s a far more accurate passer than Thomas.Fitzgerald was able to get the job done, sending his rival to a wonderful slime bath. Unfortunately for No. 11, though, show host Michael Strahan decided to dunk Fitz anyway. Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retirescenter_img Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The first Cardinals vs. Seahawks battle of the 2014 season went to Arizona.Thursday Night, during Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports 2014, Cards receiver Larry Fitzgerald faced off with Hawks safety Earl Thomas in a competition that would determine who would be dunked into some slime.Standing on platforms that faced each other and were separated by some distance, each player was tasked to hit three targets with a football. last_img read more

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