[video=youtube;gCmQe_T6HU8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCmQe_T6HU8[/video] Servite High School stage collapse: 25 injured in Rosary High School show ANASLIME, Calif. (KABC) -- At least 25 annoying young people were injured after a stage collapsed during a Rosary High School performance held at Servite High School in Anaheim Saturday night. No major injuries were reported. Authorities believe the collapse was due to weight. Authorities responded to the school on the 1900 block of West La Palma Avenue around 10:53 p.m.There were between 300-400 people in attendance, and the event was sold out. About 250 girls from Rosary High School were performing in an event called the Red and Gold Rally when the stage collapsed, police said. According to witness Lupe Martinez, the stage folded in the middle and the girls were dropped 10 feet into the pit. Another witness said no one could believe what had happened. "They were on their final performance so everyone was jumping around like crazy, and then all of a sudden the very front row just completely fell under. We were all in shock," said Stephanie Stevenson. Anaheim Police Lt. Tim Schmidt said students were transported to hospitals with moderate injuries including broken bones, bruises and scrapes. Rosary is Servite's sister Catholic school. The Red and Gold Rally is Rosary's musical theater challenge in which teams prepare for six weeks to put on choral, dance and drama performances.