The latest on the stage collapse at a California high school. More than two dozen students sent to the hospital after it gave way. Investigators trying to find out what happened. Bazi kanani has the... See More
The latest on the stage collapse at a California high school. More than two dozen students sent to the hospital after it gave way. Investigators trying to find out what happened. Bazi kanani has the story. Reporter: Watch, as this joyful performance in a packed high school auditorium changes in an instant from rally -- -- To rescue. My classmate ts are crying. Even was this shock. Reporter: Here again, this cell phone video showing the heart-stopping moment on Saturday when part of the stage in Anaheim, California, holding about 250 dancing teenagers collapses. All the girls in front of me just dropped. Reporter: Dozens of students falling ten feet into the theater's pit. Parents rushing to their children. Her ankle is broken. Reporter: 24 students still in costume taken by ambulance to local hospital. This morning, investigators are looking into the cause of the collapse but say the main problem was, too many people, too much weight. We have done this five times already. Reporter: That's hundreds of people jumping on a small wooden stage built more than 20 years ago. School officials are not releasing details about the ongoing investigation. But tell ABC news our thoughts and prayers are with the students and their families. We're going to get through this. Reporter: This morning, the injured students are all back home, recovering from broken bones, scrapes, bruises, and the shock of it all. For "Good morning America," bazi kanani, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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