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  • HK Chief Executive Issues Statement on “Large Screen Fall Accident” During Performance by Popular Group… “Instructs Comprehensive Investigation”
HK Chief Executive Issues Statement on “Large Screen Fall Accident” During Performance by Popular Group… “Instructs Comprehensive Investigation”
During the concert of the popular Hong Kong boy group "MIRROR", an accident occurred in which a large screen fell. One person is reported to be in critical condition.

The Korean media "Money Today" quoted several local media reports, and on July 28th, during the concert of the group "MIRROR" held at the Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong, a large screen was installed in a form hanging from the ceiling. one of the fell.

Looking at the diffused images from that time, the hanging large screen began to shake and fell onto the members and dancers who were moving in the stage composition. The large screen monitor that hit one dancer first hit the other person's head in a sideways manner.

At that time, more than 10,000 fans gathered at the concert venue, and the fans who witnessed the accident were said to have panicked. The concert was immediately interrupted and the audience was told to go home.

In response to the accident, Hong Kong Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Chairman of the National Security Commission, John Lee, said in a statement, "I have ordered a comprehensive study to assess the safety requirements of similar performances to ensure the safety of the performers, staff and audience".

After that, the concert organizers announced the cancellation of eight upcoming performances. As for the injured in the accident, one dancer is said to be in critical condition with a broken neck.

On the other hand, "MIRROR" is a 12-member group that debuted in 2018. It is a popular boy group that boasts the number one in Hong Kong.

Published : 2022/08/05 09:19 KST



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