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Subject: Healthwatch: Illusionist Criss Angel Rushed to Hospital After Losing Consciousness Onstage in Stunt Gone Wrong. ...


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Date Posted: Saturday, March 11, 01:56:10pm

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Just a few minutes into Criss Angel’s Las Vegas show Mindfreak Live!, the famous illusionist reportedly became unconsciousness while performing his double-straitjacket act, according to guests at the show.

The 90-minute showcase came to an abrupt halt on Friday evening at the Luxor hotel, and Angel, 49, was rushed to the ER at Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center, according to TMZ. He was discharged hours later.

A rep for Angel did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

Back in 2013, Angel suffered a shoulder injury when he performed a similar stunt in New York City’s Times Square, forcing a 10-week hiatus of his show Believe. The act requires him to hang upside down while buckled into a double-straitjacketed harness.

Members in the audience took to social media to report Friday’s accident, also sharing that they were given full refunds after the show.

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