Several injured in Snoop Dogg concert

The Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa concert was canceled after the accident

Ambulances outside the BB&T Pavilion after a railing collapsed at a Snoop Dogg / Wiz Khalifa concert in Camden, N.J., Friday, August 5, 2016, during their High Road tour.

The partition separating concertgoers from the stage collapsed, causing people to fall onto the concrete below.

According to NBC10 Philadelphia, the collapse happened around 10:30PM and the exact number of people who were rushed to the hospital varies depending on who you are talking to.

While the two rappers were performing, concertgoers were reportedly pressing on a railing that separates the lawn section from the inside seating area.

When the railing fell over, a mass of people can be seen tumbling over each other and onto the concrete in front of them.

The concert stopped when the performers realized what had happened, said Colbridge, an administrative specialist for the men's and women's basketball teams at Temple University.

Camden police spokesman Dan Keashen said that the majority of the injuries were bumps, bruises, and broken bones.

Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa were whisked off stage by security.

Camden County officials say the person suffered an upper body injury in Friday night's collapse at BB&T Pavilion in Camden. An announcer urged the audience to remain calm as police and medics tended to the injured.

The remainder of the concert was canceled following the incident. The 25,000 seat venue remains largely unchanged since it was constructed.

Several videos of the incident have gone viral.

Among the other 41 injured were several fans and some employees of Live Nation, which operates the venue. Past names for the facility include the Tweeter Center and Susquehanna Bank Center.



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