Netherlands: The roof of a Dutch sports stadium partially collapsed during off-season construction work on Thursday, killing one person and leaving 10 others hospitalized, some with severe injuries, a local mayor said.
In all, 16 people were injured when the roof at the southern end of the FC Twentestadium collapsed around midday, said Peter den Oudsten, mayor of the Dutch town of Enschede where the football stadium is located. Three people were treated at the scene, he said.
Den Oudsten said two injured workers had gone to hospital on their own for treatment before returning home. He added later on Thursday that one of the hospitalized victims remained in "a very critical condition" in hospital.