Woman left fighting for life after 'serious incident' at Robbie Williams concert
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One woman was left fighting for life after a 'serious incident' which took place at a Robbie Williams concert.
The woman, who is believed to be in her 70s, had reportedly fallen before paramedics were called at a little after 10pm.
She was later treated for injuries to her face and head with a NSW Ambulance Service spokesperson telling SkyNews.com.au that the woman was taken to St Vincent's Hospital in a critical condition.
According to the Daily Telegraph, the woman was allegedly placed in an induced coma as a result of her injuries.
It is believed that the elderly woman was up on the upper grandstand level of the Allianz Stadium and was allegedly attempting to climb over seats, rather than use the stairs provided, when she fell at the end of the music concert.
Venues NSW has since confirmed today (17 November) that there had been a 'serious incident' at the show.
"This is a terribly sad incident and our thoughts and wishes are with the patron and their family during this time," a statement to SkyNews.com.au outlined.
The statement continued: "The patron was attended to immediately by venue staff and a nearby guest who is a qualified medical professional.
"Medics arrived shortly after and the patron was taken from the venue by ambulance to hospital."
Venues NSW said it was working with police and would provide further updates when more information was available.
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Tyla has reached out to Venues NSW for comment.