A fan/moron got loose on the field during the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game between the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders at Mile High, and it led to what appears to be an injury for a member of the stadium’s security staff.

A security guard was carted off with his leg in an aircast after suffering an injury while trying to chase down the fan.

It’s hard to see much in the videos available so far (and it wasn’t shown on the game’s CBS broadcast), but the security guard gave a thumbs up to the crowd while being carted off.

Being carted off with an aircast certainly isn’t a good sign, but hopefully it’s not a serious leg injury for the security guard.

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