At Least 42 Injured When Railing Collapses at Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Concert in Camden

But the accident won't interfere with tonight's "I Love The 90s" concert.

Snoop Dogg’s High Road tour stops in Philly this weekend.

At least 42 people were reportedly injured when a railing collapsed at a Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa concert at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden on Friday night.

Video footage of the incident has of course spread like wildfire on social media. One clip, seemingly filmed from behind the stage, shows the railing suddenly give way as dozens of fans topple forward, landing on the ground below in a large heap of humanity.

Some fans suffered broken bones in the fall. At least one person was taken to Cooper University Hospital to be treated for an upper-body injury. Dan Keashen, a Camden County Police spokesman, told that Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa were on a secondary stage, and had gestured for fans to move toward the stage; some rushed towards the railing, and it snapped.

The concert was part of Snoop Dogg’s and Wiz Khalifa’s “The High Road” summer tour. Their next stop is a concert tonight in Massachusetts.

You might be wondering what this all means for the “I Love The 90s” tour — featuring Vanilla Ice! And Salt-N-Pepa! And Coolio! — which is scheduled to take place at the BB&T Pavilion tonight. Fear not. The show will go on, 6ABC reporter Trish Hartman tweeted earlier today. (Let’s face it: A mere railing collapse can’t stop our boundless nostalgia for the late ’80s and early ’90s.)

Philadelphia Magazine reporter Dan McQuade contributed to this report. 

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