Last night during his performance at OMNIA Nightclub in Las Vegas, Martin Garrix suffered an ankle injury and was forced to cut his set short.
The 23-year old producer shared a picture of his damaged ankle as well as a short video of himself riding in the back of an ambulance. The cause of injury has not been confirmed, however some are reporting that he was injured while jumping from the stage. After suffering the injury, he tried to continue his performance but the pain was too much and he was forced to end the show.
Since posting on Instagram last night, Martin Garrix (real name Martijn Gerard Garritsen) has not shared any more information on the severity of the injury, although the shared image may lead some to believe it could be serious.
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This week, Garrix released the music video for his Macklemore and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy collaboration, "Summer Days." Alongside his recent release, he is set to perform inside a glacier in Iceland at Secret Solstice next month.