- A person died on Sunday after falling from an upper level area at a Phish concert at San Francisco’s Chase Center.
- Two others were injured in a separate fall, during which a person fell from the upper level on to someone below.
- It remains unclear how the concert goers fell from the stands.
One person died and two others were injured in two separate falls from the stands of a Phish concert in San Francisco on Sunday night, police say.
San Francisco Police told KPIX that two fans fell from upper-level seating areas at the Chase Center during the concert.
Police were first alerted by concertgoers at around 8:55 p.m., and found a man “suffering from injuries caused by a possible fall.”
“Medics arrived and immediately provided medical treatment, but despite the efforts of the emergency responders the victim succumbed to his injuries and was declared deceased,” a police spokesperson told KPIX5.
Chase Center officials told Mercury News that police also responded to another fall, in which a man fell from an upper level and landed on another person, injuring them both.
The concertgoers in the second incident were taken to the hospital with “non-life threatening injuries,” police told Mercury News.
It remains unclear how either person fell from the upper decks of the stadium.
There’s no evidence of foul play in any of the falls, and an investigation into the death is still ongoing, police said.