The horrifyingly injured Robbie Williams fan from last week’s performance has passed away.
Last Thursday, she collapsed six rows of seats at the Allianz Stadium in Sydney during the Take That musician’s opening night of his Australian XXV tour. She was then taken to a nearby hospital. The 70-year-old woman was put into an induced coma.
As thousands of concertgoers were leaving the stadium after the show ended, the horrifying accident occurred. She had passed away, according to St. Vincent’s Hospital medical staff on Tuesday. Robbie, a 49-year-old world singer, has not yet offered any commentary on the tragic event.
The woman tried to cross seating rows instead of using stairs. She stumbled and lost her balance, according to a stadium spokesman for the Sydney Morning Herald. “The patron and their family are in our thoughts and prayers during this extremely sad incident.”
Robbie’s representatives have been contacted by The Mirror for comment. An ambulance service spokesperson confirmed to Sky News Australia that she had been taken to the hospital in critical condition after the accident, according to a stadium spokesperson who broke the news. Paramedics were then called at 10.15 p.m.
Venues NSW confirmed that a “serious incident” had occurred at the performance, stating that it was “extremely sad and that our thoughts and wishes are with the patron and their family at this time.” Staff at the venue and a nearby visitor who is an authorized medical professional attended to the patron right away. Soon after, medical personnel showed up, and an ambulance transported the customer from the location to the hospital.
On the first night of his tour, Robbie thanked his fans for their support but didn’t mention the horror movie on social media. “Sydney: That was an unforgettable evening, thank you – I love you, Australia,” he wrote. I’m happy for Daniel and Lauren and wish them both a long and happy marriage. Rob x .
What a night! fans wrote as they rushed to congratulate him on the show. I appreciate you giving me such a ride! You gave 40 000 people the impression that you were speaking to each of us directly! a genuine myth. Loved every second of your show last night, another person remarked. You singing “better man” at the very end was a huge bonus. I’ve seen you more times than I can count, according to a third person. in numerous cities. The best was this.
The woman passed away tragically last week at a Taylor Swift concert in Brazil, following the passing of one of her fans. While Rio de Janeiro was experiencing extreme heat, Ana Clara Benevides, 23, passed out while attending the concert at the Estádio Olmpico Nilton Santos.
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