Thirteen people were injured when a London bar’s mezzanine floor collapsed on Saturday.
The local police identified the bar as Two More Years bar in the Hackney Wick neighborhood suddenly collapses around 4:44 p.m. local time.
There is no immediate cause for the collapse but sources said it could be due to an earthquake.
The London Ambulance Service who responded to the incident said three of those 13 injured suffered serious injuries due to the incident.
Sources said four of the injured were rushed to local hospitals, and about 50 bar patrons left the building before emergency responders arrived at the scene.
Due to the incident, the Two More Years bar said the venue will be closed for now.
According to reports, the bar that collapsed was located close to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the complex built for the 2012 Summer Olympics, and The River Lea.
Two more Years Bar has “11 studios for local creatives to rent at affordable prices”.
The bar, named for the amount of time on its lease, is soon set to be redeveloped.