Two men were killed in a concert hall in the Swedish city of Uppsala on Tuesday. He could have fallen or jumped eighty seven floors. It fell on the spectators who were entering the foyer downstairs. One of them also died, and another visitor was injured.
It was not clear how the accident occurred. The police have not ruled out anything yet, although they do not currently see indications of a crime.
“We received a call shortly before 7pm about someone who had jumped or fallen from a great height in the concert hall in downtown Uppsala,” police spokesman Magnus Jansson-Claren said.
The man who fell in his 80s died instantly. The 60-year-old died on the way to the hospital. A woman in her sixties is being treated in hospital but is not life-threatening.
The concert, which had not yet begun, was immediately cancelled. It was about tribute Thanks for the music With the music of Swedish ABBA composers Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus.
At the time of the accident, about 1,000 people were in the modern building in Uppsala, which is more than 60 kilometers north of Stockholm. According to one of those present, they knew something was wrong when they heard a chilling cry.
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