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INDIANAPOLIS — An excited fan led to a glass barrier breaking during the College Football Playoffs Championship Game, according to Lucas Oil Stadium officials.

A FOX59 viewer shared photos of the shattered glass in section 634.

The director of Lucas Oil, said incident happened in the 4th quarter when someone was celebrating a touchdown. That person has not been located.

There were no severe injuries, although someone was checked out at the hospital.

From Eric Neuberger, Lucas Oil Stadium director:

“I can confirm that a glass barrier was broken in section 634 during the 4th quarter of the National Championship game. According to reports at the scene, the person broke the glass celebrating a touchdown. After falling, the individual ran away and stadium staff were unable to locate them. There were no severe injuries as a result of the broken glass. Three individuals were evaluated by paramedics at the scene and one person was taken to the hospital for further evaluation of the injuries they sustained.”