A deadly roof collapse at a concert in Belvidere, IL on Friday claimed the life of one man when high winds hit the Apollo Theater, where Morbid Angel was set to perform. A total of 48 people were injured at the show, which also included sets by RevocationSkeletal Remains, and Crypta.

The storm first hit Belvidere, about 70 miles west of Chicago, shortly before 8 p.m. According to ABC 7, roughly 260 people were inside the 1,500-capacity venue, which was prepared for a sold-out crowd when the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for the area. Minutes later, high winds caused the theater’s roof to collapse along with the marquee and facade, sending bricks flying onto State Street. The storm was one of 12 confirmed tornadoes that hit Illinois on Friday. A tornado near Belvedere traveled nearly 28 miles in 25 minutes, with peak winds of 100 MPH and a max width of 900 yards.

More than 100 firefighters and paramedics from throughout the tri-county area arrived at the scene to search for survivors. First responders were on the scene within two minutes, thanks in part to the fact that the fire station was across the street. Rescue teams eventually declared that all attendees had been accounted for. It was later confirmed that one man, 50-year-old Fred Livingston Jr., died and 48 people were treated at area hospitals. As of Sunday, five remain in critical condition.

“Lives were saved because of the quick work of the people who live here, and the people who work here,” Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker said when he visited the scene on Sunday.

As the community continues to rally around those injured and killed, the acts scheduled to perform at the Belvidere concert shared GoFundMe campaigns for those affected. Morbid Angel shared a fundraiser for Livingston Jr. on Facebook, writing, “We want to personally send our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of our deceased brother in Metal, Fred Livingston Jr.”

Revocation, also on Friday’s bill, shared a GoFundMe for another victim named Michelle who sustained serious injuries and will require surgery. “Please donate if you can. If you can’t please share the links to help the families of those affected.”