40 Reportedly Injured After a Railing Collapses at Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg's New Jersey Concert

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Over 40 people who attended Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa's High Road Tour concert at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey, on Friday were injured when a security barrier collapsed, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

While the two rappers were performing, concertgoers were reportedly pressing on a railing that separates the lawn section from the inside seating area. The railing broke around 10 p.m., which resulted in members from the crowd falling 10 feet onto a concrete pathway. They reportedly suffered minor injuries and were taken to three local hospitals.

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Due to the incident, the concert ended promptly. Snoop and Khalifa were immediately ushered off the stage by security.

"Hope everyone from last night is alright," Khalifa wrote on Twitter on Saturday. "That s**t was crazy."

A few fans in attendance also took to Twitter to share videos from the chaotic scene. "Scariest moment of my life," one concertgoer wrote. "I'm glad I was a section over."

ET has reached out to Snoop and Khalifa's reps for comment.

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