Back in April, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa announced their High Road tour, a 33-date jaunt that kicked off on July 20. Last night, the tour brought Snoop and Khalifa to Camden, New Jersey's BB&T Pavilion where an enthusiastic crowd knocked over a railing, injuring 42 people.
According to NBC 10 Philadelphia, the rappers were returning from an intermission when the crowded surged forward, pushing over the railing and causing dozens of people to fall about 10 feet onto a pathway below. Some concertgoers suffered broken bones and bruises while at least one person was sent to the nearby Cooper Trauma Center for treatment. No deaths have been reported.
In a video shot at the concert, Snoop and Khalifa can be seen starting their show when the railing gives way. From there, the two were rushed off stage by security guards and the concert ended. Neither party has issued a statement about the collapse, though Snoop did post this wistful image to his Instagram shortly afterwards.
Below, fan shot videos of the rail collapse: