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Stage Collapses at High School, Injuring 25

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The stage at Servite High School in Anaheim collapsed during a rally Saturday night, injuring at least 25 people.

The collapse happened at about 10 p.m. during the annual Rosary High School Red and Gold Rally, according to Anaheim police Lt. Tim Schmidt, City News Service reported. The rally saw some 250 girls from all-girls Rosary High in Fullerton performing on stage in a theater at the all-boys Servite.

Schmidt said the 25 injured students were transported to area hospitals with moderate injuries, including broken bones.

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