At least four people were killed and more than 300 others were injured in central Colombia, Central America, when an amphitheater at a bullring collapsed, officials said.
“There are four dead at the moment, two women, a man, and a child,” Tolima Governor Jose Ricardo Orosco said after the incident in the city of El Espinal.
The region’s hospitals reported that they were treating about 322 wounded, including four who are still in intensive care units, according to Marta Palacios, the health official in Tolima.
The accident occurred during a local bull show, a popular event in which the public takes to the ring to confront cows and young bulls.
An entire pavilion of three floors collapsed from the wooden stands filled with spectators, causing dozens of people to fall to the ground, according to footage filmed by drones and obtained by Agence France-Presse. (AFP) ).