Large display falls and crushes dancers at Hong Kong live performance



falling video display struck and injured two dancers on stage throughout a live performance in Hong Kong.

Video clips on social media confirmed Mirror members Anson Lo and Edan Lui performing with a dozen dancers when one among a number of suspended LED screens crashed down on the stage.

The falling display appeared to immediately hit one dancer on the pinnacle and physique earlier than toppling onto one other performer because the viewers screamed in horror.

The remainder of the performers on stage rushed to assist these hit by the display, the footage confirmed.

Two dancers obtain medical therapy

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Police stated the 2 male dancers had been acutely aware after they had been despatched to Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Native media reported that one of many dancers was in severe situation whereas the opposite was steady.

Police stated three viewers members had been additionally taken to the hospital, one who felt unwell and two others in a state of shock, however they required no medical therapy.

The live performance was halted after the incident, which occurred throughout Cantopop band the Mirror’s fourth of 12 scheduled live shows at Hong Kong Coliseum.

At Tuesday’s live performance, band member Frankie Lui appeared to lose his footing and fall off the sting of the stage whereas giving a speech, in accordance with clips on social media.

A web-based petition about issues of safety of Mirror live shows was launched the identical evening and has garnered 1000’s of signatures.

The petition urged organisers to make sure security for Mirror and its dancers and chorus from utilizing pointless stage mechanisms or raised platforms.

The 12-member band has skyrocketed in reputation in Hong Kong and has been credited with the revival of Cantopop.

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