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A man reportedly died at Webster Hall Saturday night following a botched stage dive. Brooklyn Vegan reports that 21-year-old Albert Scott suffered head trauma after attempting a stage dive during a performance by the metalcore band Miss May I. The group wrote on its Facebook page that members are "aware of the incident that occurred at Webster Hall last night and will be posting a statement shortly. However, we are awaiting further information regarding the situation before we are able to make a full statement."

A commenter noted that "a kid stage dove and nobody caught him. He suffered a serious blow to the head and paramedics & doctors weren't able to save him. Club and show venues need to really enforce the "No stage Diving" rule so stuff like this won't happen. The stage is meant for the band to be on and the band only. R.I.P Alberto."

Webster Hall has not responded to a request for comment. The venue tweeted yesterday that its scheduled BASSMent Saturdays show, typically held at The Studio—the same stage at which the incident occurred—had been cancelled, though it offered no reason as to why.

It did, however, declare that "Grand ballroom is open, guys!"

The FDNY transported a man in his 20s from Webster Hall to to Beth Israel on Saturday just before 10 p.m. The victim went into cardiac arrest, though a spokesperson could not confirm whether it was Scott. The NYPD had no information about the death.

A GoFundMe page has been started for Scott to cover his funeral expenses. Jenise Ramos Sarraga, who launched that page, wrote that Scott "collapsed and died after dancing," and that "his only family is his sister and her family who all live in Florida and are already struggling financially." So far, the page has collected $860 of its $5,000 goal.

Update, 12:23 p.m.: Webster Hall told Brooklyn Vegan that contrary to statements made on Facebook, "the patron in question did not die while stage diving. The patron collapsed while exiting the venue, as video footage and the police corroborate."

Update, 2:34 p.m.: Webster Hall sent the following statement:

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Alberto Scott who passed away on the way to the hospital Saturday night after he suddenly collapsed exiting the venue. A donation to the family can be made here.