Mötley Crüe’s Indianapolis concert spiraled out of control Tuesday when a fan fell from the upper balcony.
A video obtained by TMZ shows a group of people surrounding the unnamed man, who was lying on the floor as the heavy metal band performed their hit song “Looks That Kill” at Lucas Oil Stadium.
A witness told the outlet there was a puddle of blood around the fan. The fall occurred about 45 minutes into Mötley Crüe’s set.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said its officers assisted an injured person who was “awake and breathing.” His current condition is unknown.
The department also said it is investigating whether the victim was intoxicated before leaning over the railing and plunging to the lower level.
The band did not appear to be aware of the accident, as they kept performing until the end of their show at approximately 11 p.m.
Reps for Mötley Crüe and Indianapolis police didn’t immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.
This accident is the latest in a string of dangerous situations taking place at concerts. Just a couple of months ago, Billie Eilish stopped her concert to help a fan who could not breathe, while John Mayer hit pause on his performance to assist an attendee who may have been unconscious.
“Anyone in the crowd who was worried, I’m told she waved goodbye, so she’s OK,” Mayer told the crowd when he returned to the stage. “The system works. Thank you very much.”
Performers have been taking a more active role in protecting their fans since 10 people died during Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival last year.