Spanish authorities say that 26 individuals have been injured when a flooring collapsed at a Madrid nightclub.
Emergency providers for the Spanish capital say that eleven of the injured revelers have been taken to close by hospitals to be handled for “bruises and lightweight wounds.” The others have been handled on website.
Emergency providers say a gap measuring sixteen sq. meters (about one hundred seventy sq. ft) opened up on the higher flooring of the nightclub situated in southern Madrid on Sunday.
An identical incident occurred in November on the Spanish island of Tenerife when 22 individuals plummeted into the basement after a gap opened up within the flooring.