The title of a recently released Yahoo! article is “DOZENS INJURED at partial London theater collapse” (Web-site/URL: http://news.yahoo.com/dozens-injured-partial-london-theater-collapse-222558431.html).
“The ceiling of a London theater partially collapsed Thursday night (December 19, 2013), showering a packed audience with heaps of plaster, wood and dust. More than 80 people were INJURED — at least SEVEN SERIOUSLY — and several trapped theater-goers had to be rescued, authorities said”.
“The collapse at the Apollo Theater took place at 8:15 p.m. during a performance of “The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time” at the height of the Christmas holiday season. THE CEILING CAME DOWN, bringing parts of the theater’s balconies with it, police said”. “The ceiling came” CRASHING “down”.
“Over 700 people were in the theater at the time, according to the London Fire Department”.
According to Martin Bostock, “who came with his family to see the show, which is based on the best-selling novel by Mark Haddon”, speaking to Sky News“, “COMPLETE CHAOS” erupted as the debris rained down”, “At first, we thought it was part of the show. Then I GOT HIT ON THE HEAD“. So, that WASN’T “part of the show”.
Finally, “Libby Grundy, 65, said she heard A BANG — and then saw a “HUGE CLOUD OF DUST. I THOUGHT it was A SPECIAL EFFECT. And then people realized it must be some sort of EMERGENCY and people started getting up. People DIDN’T PANIC. (But) people were QUITE SHAKY when they got out” obviously because they heard AN EXPLOSION, which could have been A BOMB. OK, in this case, it wasn’t an act of terrorism, but people were justifiably FRIGHTENED/NERVOUS/ON EDGE.
So, “Dozens injured at partial London theater collapse”, causing MASS CHAOS.