The Washington Football Team said in a statement Sunday night time that the group of followers who tumbled on to the field due to the stands collapsing have been “offered onsite medical evaluation and left the stadium of their own accord.” But the followers who fell say that is not the case.
“They didn’t ask if anyone was hurt, and they sure as hell didn’t ask if anybody needed medical attention,” Andrew Collins told Tim McManus of ESPN. “The only thing the staff said to us was to get the ‘F’ off the field.”
Another fan, Mike Naimoli, additionally informed ESPN the one factor he heard was “everybody get the ‘F’ off the field” earlier than he was “shooed up into the stands.”
Both Collins and Naimoli described accidents suffered by the autumn, as did a 3rd fan, Morgan French, who stated she has substantial leg bruising. French informed ESPN “the security guard literally pulled me up by my two arms and got me off the field.”
Earlier within the 2021 season throughout a sport towards the Los Angeles Chargers, video on social media confirmed liquid leaking from the ceiling of FedEx Field on to the heads of followers. While folks may very well be heard saying “it’s sewage” within the movies, the Washington Football Team stated it was from a storage tank filled with rain water.
An NFL spokesperson says the league is reviewing the newest incident to make sure it would not occur once more, in keeping with ESPN.