Stand Collapse in Colombia Claim Lives

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At least four people have been killed and hundreds injured when a wooden stand collapsed during a bullfight in Central Colombia.

Regional Health authorities said 322 people had gone to local Public and Private hospitals after the collapse seeking treatment.

Tolima Governor, Jose Orozco said the death and injury figures were still preliminary.

Orozco added that he had asked for the traditional bullfight to be suspended in Tolima, after three others were injured in accidents in the previous day.

Written by: Helen Obih

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