A woman and her 2-year-old son died Saturday at Petco Park in San Diego after they fell from the third level of the stadium before the start of the game.

They fell six stories onto the sidewalk of Tony Gwynn Drive and were announced dead at 4:11 p.m. PT, Lt. Andra Brown told the San Diego Union-Tribune. The mother and son fell at about 3:50 p.m., about 25 minutes before the start of the game between the San Diego Padres Padres and Atlanta Braves.

The names have not been released.

The fall “appeared to be suspicious,” according to police.

Brown told San Diego Fox affiliate KSWB that “we do not know the circumstances surrounding it" and that "we do not know if it was accidental or intentional.”

She also mentioned that police are currently trying to “give the family some peace.”

The father of the boy was at the ballpark during the incident, but not nearby at the time of the fall, Lt. Adam T. Sharki told the Union-Tribune. 

According to reports, the fall was extremely public and seen by dozens of people. 

“Our hearts obviously go out to the family, but also to the people who here could potentially be traumatized who saw this,” Brown said.

“It’s a horrible, horrible thing. That’s why we’re giving it a very serious look.”

The game continued after the fall, fans went to social media to describe how it was hard to focus on the game after the detrimental event.

“We are deeply saddened by the loss of life at Petco Park last evening,” Padres Baseball Team vice president of communications Craig Hughner said in a statement.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of those involved. We will continue to refrain from comment on the nature of the incident as it is an ongoing investigation by the San Diego Police Department."