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GoFundMe Campaigns Launched For More Victims Of This Past Weekend’s Tornado-Related Venue Collapse At Morbid Angel, Etc. Show (Updated)


Update: April 04th, 2023 02:47 PM:

A GoFundMe for Dylan Crone has also been launched. Dyland suffered numerous lacerations to his face and head, as well as four fractured ribs, and 4 fractured vertebrae, a punctured lung and more. You can contribute to his campaign here.

Original Story:

GoFundMe campaigns have been launched for more of the concertgoers left injured at this past weekend’s Morbid Angel, Revocation, Crypta & Skeletal Remains show in Belvidere, IL. The Apollo Theatre was hit by an EF-1 tornado on March 31st while the concert was taking place, leading to sections of the roof of the venue to collapse.

The resulting debris landing on numerous attendees in the audience. While all bands escaped relatively unharmed, the incident claimed the life of Fred Livingston Jr., while also injuring dozens of others. It also devastated the building and totaled Crypta‘s touring RV. Crypta themselves have since issued a new statement on the matter, which can be found below.

You can find the currently active campaigns for individuals impacted by the concert below:

Fred Livingston Jr.:

Livingstone Jr. was attending the concert with his son and lost his life in the roof collapse, you can donate to his family here.


Michelle suffered a broken spine, 10 broken ribs and lacerations. You can find her campaign here.

Victoria Bella:

Victoria suffered an epidural hematoma, a head laceration requiring staples, a broken leg and two broken fingers. You can contribute to her campaign here.


Mark attended the show with his 14-year-old son and suffered a fractured femur, requiring two surgeries, leaving him unable to work for the immediate future. His son escaped with minor injuries. You can contribute to his campaign here.

Paul Rojas:

Paul was left pinned under the rubble before eventually being freed by fellow concertgoers. He suffered a broken femur and several other injuries. Paul had been the the main source of income for his wife and three children and is currently facing a 6 month recovery period. You can find his campaign here.

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