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Part of a temporary concert stage collapsed in strong wind Saturday at an outdoor music festival in eastern Spain, killing one person and injuring dozens of others, regional authorities said.
Emergency services for the Valencia region said a “strong gust of wind” knocked off parts of the Medusa Festival stage structure at around 4 a.m. local time. About 40 people needed to be taken to the hospital, including three with serious injuries.
The article goes on to state the following:
“We are completely devastated and saddened at what happened this morning,” organizers said on the festival’s Facebook page.
The organizers of the event said in a statement they ordered the concert grounds cleared once the wind intensified.
Valencia’s regional president, Ximo Puig tweeted, “This is a terrible accident that has stunned us all.”
The six-day event is an electronic music festival that takes place in Cullera, Spain.
Severe winds have caused the main stage to collapse at an EDM festival in Spain killing one and injuring at least 40.
This is why weather delays are always to be taken seriously.
— Festive Owl (@TheFestiveOwl) August 13, 2022
One person died and 17 were injured at a music festival in Spain, where a hurricane caused the stage structure to collapse.
Organizers said they had halted the concert. pic.twitter.com/IhM5A2msY8
— Abdul Quadir – عبد القادر (@Journaltics) August 13, 2022
The Medusa Festival in Spain has been canceled after at least one person was killed and 40 were injured when strong winds caused parts of a stage to collapse early Saturday morning.
“We are completely devastated and dismayed by what happened,” festival organizers said. pic.twitter.com/kV5PE65GcO
— DW Culture (@dw_culture) August 13, 2022
Spain music festival stage collapse kills 1, injures dozens https://t.co/89oLkXNzQl
— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 13, 2022
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