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Source: Joseph Marzullo/WENN.com / WENN

SAN FRANCISCO, California – There was chaos and panic at the Orpheum Theater in San Francisco during a packed showing of “Hamilton” Friday night.

A boy reportedly had a seizure at the same time there was a gunshot sound coming from the play, confusing the crowd.

According to a tweet from the theater, someone also pulled the fire alarm while this was happening, sending people into a panic.

In a separate incident, someone else in the crowd had a heart attack. The heart attack victim is in critical condition Saturday.

People left in such a panic, two people were hurt in the mass confusion. They both were taken to the hospital for treatment.

“There was no one with a gun, there were no shots fired, at the end it was a medical emergency,” San Francisco Police Captain Renee Pagano told Bay Area’s NBC News.

 

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Article Courtesy of WJW Fox 8 News Cleveland

First and Second Picture Courtesy of Joseph Marzullo and WENN

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