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5 Seconds of Summer’s Ashton Irwin has stroke symptoms mid-show: ‘Tears in ambulance’

5 Seconds of Summer time stopped halfway by their set throughout a Woodlands, Texas, live performance on Sunday after drummer Ashton Irwin skilled “signs of a stroke” introduced on by warmth exhaustion.

According to fans on TikTok, crew members carried the 27-year-old Australian musician off the stage after the band’s track “Lover of Mine.” On the time, the group mentioned they had been taking a break earlier than a person returned and instructed followers that the present was over.

“It felt just like the stage AC had been turned off for some time & the venue was failing to offer water to followers,” TikTok user beth.365 wrote in a video of the occasion.

“Upon experiencing bodily signs, Ashton was taken to a neighborhood hospital for assessments and medical assessment,” the band wrote on its Instagram Story on Monday.

“Because of this, it was suggested Ashton had skilled excessive warmth exhaustion. Fortunately and most significantly, he’s feeling okay and recovering very nicely.”

“I used to be in tears within the ambulance, as a result of I really feel I’ve let many individuals down,” Irwin opened up on his own Twitter account. “I’m taking care of myself and getting relaxation now.”

“I really feel so liked and taken care of by my brothers and group and all of you. that is the value a dehydrated drummer pays when he takes on Texas warmth.”

“I suffered from an intense migraine introduced on by exhaustion and overheating onstage which made me lose my imaginative and prescient and gave me signs of stroke within the left facet of my physique. So the choice was to finish the present there after which,” he concluded.

“Following medical recommendation,” 5SOS has additionally canceled their live performance in Rogers, Arkansas, on Wednesday. The rescheduled date is July 26, which would be the final cease on the North American leg of their “Take My Hand” tour.

The band’s album “5SOS5” drops on Sept. 23.

5SOS has canceled their scheduled live performance in Arkansas on Tuesday to permit Ashton Irwin to get better.
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