Veteran actor and singer George Lam Chi-cheung was taken to hospital suffering suspected neck injuries after plunging down a hole on stage during a concert at the Coliseum last night. Audience members at the concert by Lisa Wang Ming-chuen were shocked when guest singer Lam, in the middle of his first song, disappeared down the two-metre hole. A stage elevator which raises performers into view had been lowered, creating the hole. Lam was taken to the private St Teresa's Hospital in Kowloon City by a St John's ambulance and was reportedly in a semi-conscious state. Doctors at the hospital took X-rays, but Lam's condition was not known late last night. The accident occurred shortly after 9pm. After Lam plunged from sight, the music stopped immediately and there was a commotion from the audience. However, Wang, apparently unaware of the problem, then walked on stage with a microphone to start singing and the music resumed. Before she could start, she was interrupted by Alan Tam Wing-lun, another guest singer, who told the audience that Lam wanted to say he was alright. The concert then continued. Reports from the scene said Lam might have been blinded by stage lights.