After a ‘disorder’ during QPR’s match against Luton Town, a man is fighting for his life.


After a ‘disorder’ during QPR’s match against Luton Town, a man is fighting for his life.

A football fan was left fighting for his life after ‘disorder’ at Queens Park Rangers vs Luton Town in the Championship on Friday. Police are appealing for witnesses.

After suffering a horrific head injury while watching QPR play Luton Town on Friday night, a football supporter is fighting for his life.

After a man, 52, was found injured in Uxbridge Road, the Metropolitan Police Service is appealing for witnesses.

The London Ambulance Service rushed the man from the Luton area to the hospital.

His life is currently in jeopardy.

The investigation into how the man was injured is still underway, according to the police.

They believe he was assaulted or became involved in a brawl after the match in the area of Uxbridge Road and Davenport Road.

“This man suffered a serious head injury, and it is critical that we make contact with witnesses as soon as possible,” Detective Constable Arrash Faghihi said.

“After the match, the area was extremely busy, and there will undoubtedly be many people with information that will assist police.”

As detectives work to piece together a complete picture of what happened on Friday night, I need them to contact me.”

Detectives from the Metropolitan Police’s Central West BCU have asked anyone who saw any disorder after the match or saw the incident that may have caused the injury to come forward.

They’re also looking for anyone who has footage or images from their phone that could be useful in the investigation.

Anyone with information or witnesses should call 101 and give the reference number 788819nov.

Please contact Crimestoppers if you wish to remain anonymous.

There have been no arrests so far.

The investigation is still underway.


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