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Man shot in head during Dallas Cowboys tailgate fight

Man shot in head during Dallas Cowboys tailgate fight outside AT&T Stadium after crowd goaded gunman
BY Nicole Hensley
Updated: Monday, October 12, 2015,

A gunman shot a football fan during a rowdy Dallas Cowboys tailgate party outside AT&T Stadium after onlookers encouraged the attack, according to a report.

A huge mele brought cops to what police believe was the drunken remnants of the night’s tailgating, an hour and a half after the Cowboys’ 30-6 blowout loss against the New England Patriots.

Off-duty police officers handling security at the Arlington stadium were the first to arrive at Sunday night’s fight between two men. It’s there authorities heard a suspect fire a gunshot into the crowd.

A male victim in his early 40s was found with a gunshot wound to his head. Paramedics airlifted the victim to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The alleged assailant was injured after tripping over a retaining wall during his attempted escape, authorities added.

The suspect allegedly held a gun to the victim’s head as a crowd egged him on to open fire, witnesses told a Star-Telegramreporter.

“I didn’t think he was going to pull the trigger,” Lester Peters told the Star-Telegram.

Neither the victim nor suspect have been identified.

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