Nearly 100 people were injured while attending a concert by British artist Louis Tomlinson the former star of the “One Direction” band, before he arrived on the stage in the “Red Rocks” amphitheater, near Denver, Colorado, USA, after they were exposed to a large cold during Severe storms swept the area.
According to the West Metro Fire Department’s official Twitter account, seven individuals were transported to hospitals due to injuries that are not life-threatening, while up to 90 others were treated on the scene. Injuries ranged from cuts to broken bones.
My head has bumps, I got welts, bruises and bleeding all over my body, I can barely use my hand and I can’t sleep from pain. Most traumatic experience ever. #LouisTomlinson #redrocks #hail #louistomlinsonredrocks pic.twitter.com/q5IMEBGi9U— murron🖤⚰️ (@murron_michael) June 22, 2023
And after the concert was postponed twice due to bad weather conditions, it was decided to cancel it and tell the audience to go home.
UPDATE: Red Rocks hail storm- 7 people transported to area hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries. A total of 80 to 90 people treated on scene. Injuries include cuts and broken bones. Sporadic hail still coming down in Morrison area. @StadiumMedical pic.twitter.com/gM7KKNqocW— WestMetroFire (@WestMetroFire) June 22, 2023
Lewis tweeted, through his official account on Twitter, saying: “I send my love to all those who were injured in (Red Rocks) Coliseum yesterday, I hope everyone went home well, and for those who were injured to get better, it was so devastating to see so many of you injured.”.
He continued, “We are working hard to find another date for the concert, so please keep your cards until we have more information.”