SBS has started an internal examination into the mishap that saw Red Velour’s Wendy break her pelvis and wrist.
Red Velour were rehearsing for their phase at the yearly SBS Gayo Daejeon show on Christmas Day when Wendy fell from the stage.
New reports claim that Wendy fell as stairs ‘were not set in place’.
And the network has actually now released a declaration ‘all the best apologising’ to Wendy and Red Velour.
SBS said: ‘We want to apologise once again concerning 2019 SBS Gayo Daejeon.
‘ During the practice sessions for Gayo Daejeon on December 25, a regrettable accident happened. SBS wants to again sincerely apologise to Red Velvet’s Wendy, who was hurt, along with her household, the members of Red Velour, and fans.
‘ As Wendy’s recovery comes prior to all else, the director of SBS’s entertainment department and the staff have actually been working carefully with her agency SM Home entertainment because the mishap occurred, and we are doing our best to supply sufficient treatment for her injuries.’
They continued: ‘Right after the accident happened on December 25, the personnel obstructed off the location and called for emergency services so that Wendy could be rushed to the medical facility and undergo a thorough assessment. We have started an internal investigation into understanding the precise information of the mishap, and once we fully understand the cause, we will take greater care to make sure that such a mishap does not occur again.
‘ Wendy is currently going through inpatient treatment and examination at a medical facility in Seoul. SBS promises to do our finest to work with Wendy’s household and the medical personnel to ensure that Wendy has a fast and complete recovery.
‘ When once again, we want to truly apologise to Red Velour’s Wendy and her household.’
Wendy is being dealt with for a broken hips and wrist, a broken cheekbone and bruising.
SM Entertainment has confirmed that the rest of Red Velvet– who did not go ahead with their SBS Gayo Daejeon performance– will go to two celebrations on 27 and 31 December, but will not perform as a group.
The agency stated: ‘With the exception of Wendy, the other four Red Velvet members will just participate individually such as for their prepared partnership stages and MC function at the KBS Tune Celebration and MBC Music Celebration, and Red Velvet will not perform as a group.
‘ Wendy is presently hospitalised and receiving treatment. She will concentrate on treatment up until her health is recuperated.’
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