NewYou can now listen to Fox News articles!

At least four people have been killed and hundreds injured in a bullfight in central Colombia on Sunday.

The disaster caught on camera. Hundreds of spectators were sent to the ground shouting as multi-level stands led to a crowded stadium in the city of El Espinal in Tolima. This happened when people entered the ring to engage the bulls in a traditional event called “Corraleza”.

There were 800 people in the collapsed seating section, local government officials said. The dead included two women, a man and a minor, Tolima Governor Jose Ricardo Orozko told a local radio station.

Late on Sunday, Tolima Health Secretary Martha Palacios told a news conference that 322 people had been rushed to local government and private hospitals after the crash seeking treatment. Palacio said the deceased minor was an 18-month-old baby.

South African police are investigating the deaths of 21 minors between the ages of 13 and 17 in Tavern

In addition to the four who died, four others were in intensive care and two others are recovering from surgery, the Associated Press reported.

Gustavo Petro, Colombia’s new president, has called for the banning of traditional “corrorales”, saying this is not the first time this has happened.

Foreign policy has become a headache for Biden Admin since Colombia was first elected president of the Left.

“I urge the mayor not to allow further incidents of human or animal death,” he said.

Current President Evan Duke has announced an investigation About the disaster on Twitter.

Click here to get the Fox News app

The Associated Press contributed to this report.