A brawl broke out in Southern California.
An adult soccer match turned ugly on Sunday.
According to a report from CBS Los Angeles, a brawl broke out during the soccer game and one individual allegedly brandished a knife which was used to stab three people.
From the report:
Firefighters responded to the soccer stadium of El Camino High School in Whittier on Sunday following the report of a possible stabbing.
When they arrived, they located three people with stab wounds. The injuries were being described as non-life-threatening. Authorities said the incident unfolded just after 12:20 p.m. after a soccer player got into it with the referee.
That’s when a brawl erupted between both teams, and someone pulled out a knife, and stabbed three people.
The suspect is still unknown at this time and an investigation is underway.