SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The man believed to have fought with a 49ers fan at SoFi Stadium turned himself into police, our sister station KTLA originally confirmed.

He was arrested but has since made bail, Inglewood Mayor James Butts tells KRON4. He was identified by police as 33-year-old Bryan Alexis Cifuentes.

“After interview, he was placed under arrest for 245A, subsection 4 assault by means to produce great bodily injury a felony and booked an Inglewood jail. He bonded out at 1 a.m. on $30,000 bail,” Mayor Butts said.  

The 49ers fan, 40-year-old Daniel Luna, is an Oakland restaurant owner and remains in a medically-induced coma. No further information was revealed about the assault suspect.

The fight happened during the NFC Championship game in Los Angeles, where the 49ers were up against the Rams. The altercation between Luna and the other person lasted less than five seconds, Butts said in a press conference Thursday.

Officials had blurry video of the fight, and Butts said it appeared Luna pushed a man in the parking lot of SoFi Stadium. Then, the man pushed back, which resulted in Luna falling and hitting his head. Luna and the suspect were recorded in a Niners tailgate area.

The Inglewood Police Department said Friday that there was “an overwhelming number of people in red jerseys” in the area. But Luna was wearing a white jersey, which was a throwback 49ers jersey, and the other person was wearing a yellow, apparently a Rams, jersey, the police department said.

“The individual in the white jersey pushes the individual in the yellow jersey and he falls over backward but not to the ground. The individual in the yellow jersey pushes individual in the white jersey and strikes him once in the face area. Then individual in white jersey falls backward, hits his head on the pavement. Doesn’t move after that,” Mayor Butts said.

Luna was found laying in the parking lot, bloody and with all his personal items still on him, about half an hour into the game, KRON has previously reported.

SoFi Stadium released a statement saying, “We are aware and saddened by the incident. Our thoughts are with Mr. Luna’s friends and family during this difficult time. We are working with law enforcement officials in their investigation.”

He is a chef and owner of Mistura, a Peruvian rotisserie on Piedmont Avenue in Oakland. 

This story will be updated.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.