A woman in her 70s died in an Australian hospital after a severe fall that occurred last Thursday during a concert by British singer Robbie Williams in Sydney.
A spokesperson for St Vincent's Hospital confirmed to News.com.au that the woman died on Monday after spending four days in an induced coma in the intensive care unit.
According to the source, the elderly woman suffered serious head injuries after slipping and falling six rows of seats at the Allianz Stadium in Sydney, when people were leaving the venue minutes after the show concluded, on the first night of the band's XXV tour. British pop star for Australia.
"Instead of using the stairs, the woman tried to climb over the rows of seats. She lost her balance and fell," a venue spokesperson told the Sydney Morning Herald.
A team of paramedics treated the woman at the stadium before taking her to hospital, where she eventually died.
The singer has not yet commented on the accident on his social networks, while he continues with his tour in the southern country, where he performs on Wednesday in Melbourne.
This tragic incident follows the death of a 23-year-old Brazilian girl from heat stroke before Taylor Swift's concert in Rio de Janeiro on Friday.
Swift declared herself "overwhelmed" and sent her condolences to her follower's family and friends, and canceled another concert in the Brazilian city due to the "extreme temperatures" in the city.