Woman reportedly impaled at Dierks Bentley show in New York


Nothing like a good impalement story to give fans something to think about next time they take a seat in the audience at a concert. 


WKTV is reporting that during Dierks Bentley's Sunday night concert at the Utica Memorial Auditorium in New York, a chunk of metal fell from the ceiling and impaled a woman in the leg.

The unidentified lady was taken out on a stretcher and nothing else is known about her condition at this time.

First a puking on stage in Pennsylvania and now an impaling in New York. Sounds like Dierks needs to bring his Riser Tour to the west coast where things tend to stay on the boring side. 

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