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At least four people were killed and hundreds were injured after a collapse at a Colombian stadium

(CNN)At least four people were killed and hundreds were injured in part of Elle's stadium, of which about Thirty people were seriously injured. The Espinal in Trimmer, western Colombia, collapsed during a bullfight on Sunday, according to government officials.

"At this time, four (dead) victims have been identified. Two women, an adult male and a minor, and about 30 more are seriously injured. "We can work with hospitals and ambulances," said Trima Governor Ricardo Orosco, who talked about the local radio station, BluRadio Colombia.

A video posted by Colombian President Gustavo Petroshows a stand full of spectators that collapses as people flee the area.
The mayor of Espinal, Juan Carlos Tamayo, confirmed the accident on Sunday'sFacebook post and called on citizens to evacuate the area.

"I deeply regret what happened at the bullring," Tamayo said in his statement. "I want all the citizens in the area to evacuate. The authorities are already responding to emergencies and the injured have been taken to the hospital. Let's evacuate together. Emergency services so they can work.

A local hospital has accepted 322 patients injured in the collapse of the stadium, Trima Health Minister Martha Palacios said on Sunday night.

Colombian civil defense agency Defensa Civil Colombiana said on Twitterthat volunteers had transferred injured victims to local medical facilities.

I posted a photo of people on a stretcher in a corridor or courtyard.

Local councilor Iván Ferney Rojas posted a video on TwitterSeems to indicate a collapse. As the three-story structure collapses inward, you will hear a scream in the background of the footage.

The video shows how the stand is full when it crashes. When a structure collapses, other people on the ground run.

The official cause of the collapse has not been revealed, but Mr. Tamayo said in a statement that authorities "have already begun investigating the cause of what happened."