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Deportivo Independiente Medellin supporters fight each other with machetes before their club would play against Atlético Nacional on Sunday

Terrifying moment when football fans supporting the same club attack each other with machetes in Colombia, as the authorities arrest almost 100 people, including 14 minors

  • Police in Medellin, Colombia, arrested 92 football hoigans in support of the same team that attacked each other with machetes and hurled objects
  • The street fight between fans who supported Deportivo Independiente Medellin took place before the club's road race to rival Atlético Nacional on Sunday
  • The wild scene, which was recorded on individual videos & # 39; s of mobile phones, took place 10 blocks away from the home stadium of Atlético Nacional
  • Cops seized 29 blades of weapons and reported no injuries
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Nearly 100 football hoigans supporting the same team were arrested after they started attacking each other with machetes in the middle of a street in Colombia – even before the game started.

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Images of the gruesome scene on Sunday show supporters of Deportivo Independiente Medellin chasing each other in Medellin, just 10 blocks away from Atanasio Girardot Stadium, home of Atlético Nacional.

There are also dozens of fans who wave the sharp knives and swing objects, while vehicles attempted to maneuver around the noisy supporters.

Deportivo Independiente Medellin supporters fight each other with machetes before their club would play against Atlético Nacional on Sunday

Deportivo Independiente Medellin supporters fight each other with machetes before their club would play against Atlético Nacional on Sunday

Fans of Colombia's top-class football club, Deportivo Independiente Medellin, attack each other with weapons with blades and hurled objects moments before their team lost to arch-rival Atlético Nacional

Fans of Colombia's top-class football club, Deportivo Independiente Medellin, attack each other with weapons with blades and hurled objects moments before their team lost to arch-rival Atlético Nacional

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Fans of Colombia's top-class football club, Deportivo Independiente Medellin, attack each other with weapons with blades and hurled objects moments before their team lost to arch-rival Atlético Nacional

A motorist who captured the images had to stop his car in front of a group that was clearly in the minority before several men ran away.

At one point, one of the suspects waved the machete to another man, but just missed his upper back while he ran into the street.

Recordings made by a resident from a nearby building also recorded at least 20 men trying to beat each other.

The police in Medellin, Colombia, have arrested 92 people, including 15 minors, who participated in a street fight Sunday for the football club for which they all lost their base

The police in Medellin, Colombia, have arrested 92 people, including 15 minors, who participated in a street fight Sunday for the football club where they all lost their base for their game

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The police in Medellin, Colombia, have arrested 92 people, including 15 minors, who participated in a street fight Sunday for the football club where they all lost their base for their game

The scene almost died when one of the fans fell after he encountered an SUV and was almost stabbed before one of his friends pulled him off the ground.

At the other end of the street, several fans jump out of a truck to participate in the rumble.

Medellin agents were able to identify and arrest 92 people, including 14 minors.

The police also seized 29 weapons with blades and, surprisingly, no injuries were reported.

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Each of the suspects was fined $ 266.

Deportivo Independiente Medellin suffered a 4-1 loss to his old rival, Atlético Nacional.

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