A man fired as a food worker at Green Bay, Wisconsin's Lambeau Field stadium tried to assault a former co-worker with his auto on Friday and crashed it into a storage room near the playing field of the National Football League's Packers, police said.
Police plan an afternoon news conference.
Police say the situation is actively developing, and ask the public to stay away from Green Bay Packers facilities at this time.
The driver, whose name has not been released but was identified as a 20-year-old Green Bay resident, was arrested six minutes after the incident began this afternoon. Neither of these two are employees of the Packers organization.
Green Bay Police were called to Lambeau Field at about 1:07 p.m.
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Smith says five vehicles were damaged, but no one was hurt.
The suspect's target then fled on foot and was pursued by the auto down a ramp towards the loading dock at the south east corner of the stadium. No weapon was found and no shots were fired, police said.
The suspect then drove his vehicle down the ramp and inside Lambeau, hitting a food service storage room inside on the field level. The suspect's auto was still inside as of 3 p.m. Friday.
This incident will not affect Saturday's game, police said.
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