Two women sustained serious injuries after they were trampled and one died. at Rap concert in New York Sunday night — after revelers thought they heard gunshots ring out, officials said.

Tennessee rappers GloRilla and Finesse2Tymes They were performing at the Main Street Armory in Rochester when concertgoers believed they heard shots fired — causing the crowd to panic and flee, the Democrat and Chronicle reported.

The chaotic scene was discovered by responding officers at 11:11 p.m., and they determined that there were no injuries consistent with gunfire.

“At this time, there is no evidence to support a shooting having occurred inside the event,” In a statement, Lt. Nicholas Adams of police said so.

“The injuries appear to be as a result of a large crowd pushing towards the exits following accounts of individuals hearing what they believed to be gunshots.”

Two women were critically hurt and one died after they were trampled in a street. concert at The Main Street Armory, Rochester Sunday Night.

The first time concert-goers believed they had heard gunshots, police later confirmed it was not. “no evidence” To support shots being fired.

Three adult patients were brought to Strong Memorial Hospital. The 33-year old woman was the first one to be pronounced dead. dead, authorities said.

Adams stated that Adams listed the other victims in critical condition and with life-threatening injuries.

The names of the victims have not been revealed.

Six more concertAccording to police, the injured were not life-threatening and were taken to the nearest hospital.

Tennessee rapper GloRilla
GloRilla from Tennessee was performing.
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Tennessee rapper GloRilla performing at the 65th annual Grammy Awards in 2023.
GloRilla also performed at The 65th Grammy Awards will be held in Los Angeles, February 5.
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On Monday morning GloRilla said in a tweet These included prayers and tears emojis. “I’m just now hearing about what happened wtf praying everybody is ok.”

WROC TV reporter Alec Richardson tweeted That he “a firefighter performing CPR, presumably on a victim on scene.”

One attendee told News10NBC: “All I know, it was a lot of running. Many people were hurt. People on the ground look like they are badly hurt.

“It was deathly packed. So I knew I had to get up out of there,” He concluded.

Following the fatal Nov. 5, 2021 stampede, this incident occurred at Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival in Houston, where 10 concertgoers died and hundreds were injured.