Cast members of reality TV hit Geordie Shore were rushed to safety after a man fell through the roof of a nightclub and injured a young woman.
The incident took place at the Tup Tup Palace in Newcastle in the early hours of this morning, where some of the television stars including Chloe Ferry, Marnie Simpson, Scotty T and Gaz Beadle were enjoying a night out.
Northumbria Police were called to the scene after reports three men, believed to be drunk, had climbed up scaffolding on a nearby takeaway restaurant and clambered onto the nightclub roof.
One of them fell through and landed on a group of women below, with four revellers thought to be hurt and one seen being taken away by paramedics.
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Paramedics rushed to a nightclub in Newcastle this morning, pictured, after a man fell through the roof and injured a woman at a party attended by stars of Geordie Shore
One woman was seen being taken away by paramedics, pictured, although police have since confirmed she went to hospital as a precaution
The stars were pictured being led away from the scene as ambulances and police cars set up outside. Pictured are Aaron Chalmers and Sophie Kasaei
Stars including Marnie Simpson, left, and Chloe Ferry, right, were spotted at the club
According to The Sun, the Geordie Shore cast members were rushed out of a nearby fire escape.
It is unknown whether any of them were hurt.
One clubber told the paper: 'We were just dancing away in the smoking area and the next thing we knew someone came crashing through the ceiling onto a few girls, knocking them to the floor.
'They must have been quite badly hurt as she was screaming in pain.'
The Geordie Shore cast, including Gaz Beadle, left, and Zahida Allen, right, were 'rushed to safety via a fire escape'
The emergency services were called to reports of three men climbing scaffolding to get onto the roof of the Tup Tup Palace, pictured
A spokesman for Northumbria Police said three men had been arrested in connection with the incident.
The spokesman said: 'At around 1.55am this morning police received a report that three men had climbed on to the roof of Tup Tup Palace.
'Officers attended and found the men on the roof. One of the men fell as he climbed down from the roof and landed on a group of female members of the public.
'The man and one of the women were taking to hospital as a precaution but their injuries are not thought to be serious.
'Two other women were treated for minor injuries at the scene.
'Police have arrested the three men in connection with the incident and they remain in police custody this morning.
'Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact police on 101 quoting log 58 17/02/17.'
The stars, including Nathan Henry, left, and the girls, right, were soon taken away from the nightclub