Dancer hit by giant screen at Mirror concert potentially paralyzed

TEMPO.CO, JakartaMo Lee Kai-yin, 27, one of the concert dancers Mirror, a famous boy band from Hong Kong who are hit by a giant screen risk paralysis. He had bad luck while dancing on the Mirror concert, suddenly a giant LED screen hit his neck and caused him a fracture on Thursday July 28, 2022 at the Hong Kong Coliseum.

City of Yahoo! New, Mo’s cervical spine was fractured at numbers three and four, rendering him immobile. After eight hours of surgery, doctors tried to stabilize her condition. The risk of downward neck paralysis depends on the recovery process, whether damaged nerves grow back or not.

Members of the Mo family are said to have arrived from Canada. The Health Bureau had arranged for them to visit the hospital and accompany Mo. As for Chang Tsz-fung, 29, who was also injured in the incident, he was discharged from the hospital. Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Friday afternoon July 29, 2022. While the three others who were also rushed to hospital were in shock after the terrible tragedy had already occurred. sent home with only minor injuries.

Mirror Band had an accident on their fourth day of concerts which was due to take place from the 2From July 5 to August 6, 2022 at the Hong Kong Colisuem. This show is part of the concert series of the group Cantopop Mirror. The big screen on the stage showing the action of Mirror suddenly fell down and hit the dancers.

Hong Kong Cantopop boy group ‘Mirror’ performs during a concert in Hong Kong, China July 25, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

The accident injured five people. Two were seriously injured and three others, bystanders, were in shock at what was happening before their eyes.

Concert organizers, Music Nation and MakerVille publicly apologized four hours after the crash and said the remaining shows would be cancelled. They said they would fully investigate the cause of the accident and make an announcement as soon as possible.

“Regarding the inconvenience caused to the public and others affected, we are deeply sorry,” read a joint statement from Music Nation and MakerVille. The two organizers will also announce ticket refund arrangements as soon as possible.

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