Spooky moment in a boy band performance: Suddenly a giant monitor falls off the ceiling, seriously injuring two dancers. Thursday Night at the Hong Kong Coliseum: The boys of the band Mirror play the fourth of twelve scheduled concerts on the huge stage, watching the crowds as the night turns eerie. Suddenly, a video screen breaks apart, falls on the stage and hits the dancers: according to the hospital, a young man has a neck injury so badly that he has to be treated in the intensive care unit, his condition. Serious. Another dancer suffered a head injury and is in a stable condition, the South China Morning Post quoted a hospital spokesperson as saying. Several concert goers had to be treated for shock and were even hospitalised. The band’s tour was initially suspended by order of the authorities, and now the security of the stage must be carefully checked. An incident had already happened at the start of the concert series on Monday: a dancer fell off the stage and was injured. Founded in 2018, the band Mirror has achieved cult status in a very short span of time. Mirror is considered representative of the new Hong Kong cantopop, which combines elements of K-pop with local music.
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