Fans Injured Waiting For Backstreet Boys Concert At WinStar Casino

Fans Injured Waiting For Backstreet Boys Concert At WinStar Casino

Fans Injured Waiting For Backstreet Boys Concert At WinStar Casino

Fans were reportedly waiting in a large tented area at the WinStar World Casino and Resort in Thackerville when the harsh weather caused the awning to fall on top of them.

Earlier, nearby lightning prompted officials around 5 p.m.to start evacuating attendees, the company said in a statement released on Twitter.

At least 14 people were injured at a Backstreet Boys concert in Oklahoma on Saturday after a powerful storm tore through the venue.

The incident happened about 5:30 p.m., when a storm bringing heavy winds and rain knocked over the entrance trusses at the outdoor venue at the casino, which is in Thackerville, about an hour north of Dallas.

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Two of the 14 people hurt have since been released from hospital. The concert was eventually held though, and no one was injured. Love County emergency responders, Lighthorse Police and Oklahoma Highway Patrol are on scene.

The Saturday night show was to be the Backstreet Boys' final show before they begin a residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas in October. A strong storm took over the location and caused major damage.

Officials say they had seen the storm coming and warned concertgoers to take cover.

Howie shared: 'So sad as I was really excited for us to rock Oklahoma tonight.

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Richardson tweeted, "unfortunately, due to damage sustained in the storm earlier this evening, we are unable to perform the show tonight".

Before a decision was made about the show, fellow band member Nick Carter said safety must come first.

WinStar officials initially tweeted at a fan that "the show will go on rain or shine". "Keep your tickets because, Backstreet WILL BE BACK!"

'We know many of you traveled to be here today.

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"We have been looking forward to a great show with the Backstreet Boys and 98 Degrees for many months", the statement said.

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