For the second time in two years, a San Francisco 49ers fan has passed on in the wake of agony a therapeutic crisis at one of the group’s amusements, as a man endured a deadly heart assault amid the inaugural football amusement at Levi’s Stadium Sunday evening.

The Santa Clara Fire Department told the Associated Press that stadium staff reacted to a heart crisis amid the second from last quarter of the 49ers’ preseason home opener against the Denver Broncos.

The man got CPR and was hurried to a healing center, where he was declared dead. His name was not discharged.

The 49ers issued an announcement Sunday night offering sympathies to his family and companions.

The group’s 34-0 misfortune to the Broncos and 80-degree heat drove a huge number of fans to leave the new stadium halfway through the diversion.

Group authorities told the San Jose Mercury News there was an uncommonly high number of calls for crisis administrations, likely due to the hotness.

Last September, a 49ers fan kicked the bucket in the wake of tumbling from a raised walkway amid the group’s season-opening diversion against the Green Bay Packers at Candlestick Park, the 49ers’ previous home stadium.