A Trooping the Colour Stand Collapses

A Trooping the Colour Stand Collapses

Police officers and emergency vehicles are in the vicinity of the fallen stand, and initial reports suggest that no one has been injured. The fall has been described as ‘terrifying’ by spectators. Further updates are expected from the Fire Brigade. Read more about the incident below. Update: A stand collapsed during the Trooping the Colour. The cause of the collapse is still under investigation. Police have advised spectators to avoid the area.

Major General Christopher Ghika CBE

The Queen will review the troops during the Trooping the Colour parade on 2 June. This year, the Parade will be led by the Household Division, a unit of the British Army. It includes the Household Division and King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery. Major General Christopher Ghika, CBE commander of the Household Division, will conduct the review. He will inspect the troops, including those that marched on the Parade.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The Trooping the Colour was in the spotlight on Monday night after a part of the spectator stand collapsed. Hundreds of people had gathered to watch the annual Parade, which is part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. However, the incident caused huge disruption to the event, which was evacuated by emergency services. According to reports, a woman fell through the collapsed stand, while an eight-year-old boy fell through a hole in the stage.

Queen’s Jubilee weekend

Today, a woman fell from a viewing stand at a rehearsal for the Trooping of the Colour ceremony. The event, which will see the British Army perform on her birthday, is one of the major crowd-pullers at Queen’s Jubilee weekend. Spectators were gathered in Central London to witness the spectacular display. However, the stand collapsed, injuring at least five people. One woman was reportedly injured when she fell through a gap in the stand. The London Ambulance Service and St John’s Ambulance services are reportedly on the scene.

Horse Guards Parade

A large part of a viewing stand collapsed during central London’s Trooping the Colour ceremony rehearsal. The incident is causing chaos and has injured two people, including a woman. Three other people were treated on the scene. The London Ambulance Service has not confirmed the nature of the injuries, but a spokesman for the Army says that two parts of the stand gave way, took two people to a major trauma hospital, and treated three others on the scene.

Rehearsal for Trooping the Colour

On Saturday, a Rehearsal for the Trooping The Colour stand collapsed in central London, leaving at least five people injured. The incident involved a part of the stand collapsing into the area below as a small crowd watched the ceremony. Took Two people to a major trauma hospital and treated three others at the scene before being discharged.

The woman falls through the viewing stand.

A woman fell through a Trooping the Colour viewing stand in Central London, causing at least three people to be injured. The incident happened during a rehearsal for the Jubilee celebration. The stand collapsed, and dozens of people were evacuated, including the woman who fell through. A spokesman for the Army said the collapse occurred due to two separate parts of the structure. Two people were taken to the hospital as priority cases while three others were treated on the scene.


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