One man remains in stable condition at the hospital after a shooting Friday night outside University of Phoenix Stadium.
Glendale fire PIO Jose Morales said the 30-year-old man was shot in the face. The shooting happened in the purple parking lot, which is located northwest of the stadium on 95th Avenue near Maryland.
Glendale police dispatchers received a 911 call at about 9:30 p.m. from a man stating he had accidentally shot another man in the parking lot, said Sgt. Brent Coombs.
Coombs said the 57-year-old man whose gun fired was taken into custody for questioning but Coombs said there was not enough evidence to arrest him.
The victim was then taken to St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center with stable vital signs. Glendale police said he was expected to be OK. No one else was hurt.
The shooting happened about one hour before the conclusion of the Arizona Cardinals game against the Raiders.
Coombs said the two were men were cheering for different team. The 57-year-old man and his wife were Cardinals fans, while the victim appeared to be a Raiders fan wearing silver face paint.
Coombs said the couple had been in the stadium and left the game early. They said the still don't know if the victim had been inside the stadium at all during the game.
No names are being released.
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