The dancefloor of a nightclub in Tenerife has collapsed, injuring 22 people.
Clubbers fell by a building to a groundwork of a Butterfly Disco Pub during about 02:30 internal time (02:30 GMT) on Sunday morning.
Several people suffered damaged bones, including leg fractures.
The bar is in a selling centre in Playa de las Americas, a clubbing hotspot in a south of a Spanish island renouned with tourists.
Those harmed are pronounced to be from a series of opposite countries, including Spain, France, a UK, Belgium and Romania.
Two of those harmed were severely hurt, pang fractures to a femur or thigh bone, reported a internal government. Another 9 suffered assuage injuries including damaged bones, while 11 suffered teenager injuries.
Emergency services scrambled to a stage after an area of a dancefloor of about 4 sq m (43 sq ft) gave way, and spent a subsequent few hours evacuating a wounded.
“After a building collapsed, a people who were inside fell to a groundwork from a tallness of approximately one floor,” pronounced a informal supervision in a matter quoted by AFP news agency.
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