Grasshopper brothers injured when stage collapses in rehearsal, one of them carries on singing

Grasshopper singer Remus Choy standing near the site of the accident in the Hong Kong Coliseum and singing solo on Friday (June 9).
Grasshopper singer Remus Choy standing near the site of the accident in the Hong Kong Coliseum and singing solo on Friday (June 9).PHOTO: APPLE DAILY
Grasshopper singer Calvin Choy, Remus' brother, later said he was fine.
Grasshopper singer Calvin Choy, Remus' brother, later said he was fine.PHOTO: APPLE DAILY
Lyricist Andrew Lam holding hands with actress Christine Kuo and singing at the concert, which is a showcase of his songs.
Lyricist Andrew Lam holding hands with actress Christine Kuo and singing at the concert, which is a showcase of his songs.PHOTO: APPLE DAILY

HONG KONG - Grasshopper singing brothers Calvin and Remus Choy, both 52, were among nine people injured when a stage collapsed in rehearsal before a concert in the Hong Kong Coliseum last Friday, said reports.

Calvin injured his tail bone and did not perform at the showcase of lyricist Andrew Lam's songs.

Remus, who was slightly injured, sang solo.

Calvin said on social media later that he had seen a doctor and would "recover soon".