Video shows first-responders arriving after at least two wedding parties got into a fight. It started inside a Sheraton hotel, early Sunday morning, but spilled into the street.
PHILADELPHIA - Three people are in jail after a wedding reception brawl Sunday in Philadelphia.
First-responders arrived after at least two wedding parties got into a fight.
It started inside a Sheraton hotel early Sunday morning, but spilled into the street.
During the chaos, a 57-year-old man suffered a heart attack. He was taken to a nearby hospital, where he later died.
It's not clear how the fight started.
One of the three men who were arrested has been charged with assaulting a police officer.
Police are consulting video of the brawl and considering charges against more of the people who were involved.
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