At a concert by the wildly successful boy band Mirror in Hong Kong, a massive screen collapsed and hurt two dancers in front of shocked spectators.
Footage that has been circulating online showed the video screen crashing down on one performer before falling on others.
The band’s manager quickly called off the performance and instructed the audience to leave the venue quietly.
Two male dancers were hospitalized, the Hong Kong Police Department revealed to the local media.
According to a local hospital, one performer had neck injuries and was in intensive care in a critical condition, but another was stable, according to a story in the South China Morning Post. No names of those hurt have been released.
Many female concertgoers received shock treatment as well.
On Thursday night, the boy band was giving a series of performances at the Hong Kong Coliseum.
The balance of the tour will be postponed until safety inspections are completed at the remaining sites, per a local government decree.
John Lee, the new mayor of the city, expressed amazement at the occurrence and added that he offer his condolences to those who were injured and wished that they would recover quickly.
Also directing city agencies to “comprehensively probe the matter” was Hong Kong’s, Chief Executive.
The group is incredibly well-liked in the area and is frequently credited with reviving Cantopop, a type of local pop music from Hong Kong.
Some of Hong Kong’s most recognizable celebrities today are among its members.
The band was founded in 2018 and has since achieved breakthrough success, gaining fans across Asia.