The North Cornwall fishing village of Port Isaac is in mourning tonight after the death of a member of the sea shanty group Fisherman's Friends. Singer Trevor Grills died in hospital after he was critically hurt in a freak accident at the weekend.
The group's tour manager was also killed. They were trapped under a metal door at a concert venue in Surrey. Fellow band members said Mr Grills had been a much loved and valued friend to them. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
Fisherman's Friends band members Jon Cleave (centre), Nigel Sheratt (left) and Billy Hawkins have paid tribute to their friend and colleague Trevor Grills:
Fisherman's Friends band member Trevor Grills died in hospital last night from injuries sustained in a freak accident at the G Live concert venue in Guildford, Surrey on Saturday.
The group's promoter, Paul McMullen, died at the scene from leg injuries.
The loading bay area where the accident happened is out of bounds while investigations continue, although G Live remains open.
A HSE spokesman said it was unable to comment further while its investigation was in progress.
Band members from Fisherman's Friends have paid tribute to their friend and colleague Trevor Grills who died last night:
Police were called to the venue shortly before midday on Saturday after a report that two men were trapped under a metal door in the loading bay.
The band's promoter Paul McMullen, was treated by paramedics but was declared dead at the scene.
A member of the Cornish-based sea shanty group Fisherman's Friends who was seriously injured in a freak accident which also killed the band's tour manager has died in hospital, it has been announced.
Trevor Grills, 54, suffered serious head injuries when he was hit by a falling metal door at the G Live concert venue in Guildford, Surrey, on Saturday.
The group's promoter, Paul McMullen, died at the scene from leg injuries. Mr Grills was taken to St George's Hospital in Tooting, London, but died on Monday night, Surrey Police confirmed.
In a statement, the band paid tribute to Mr Grills as "a much-loved and valued friend".
Members of the sea shanty singing group gathered in their home village of Port Isaac today, as Steve Hardy reports.
Grief-stricken members of Cornwall-based sea shanty group Fisherman's Friends have thanked the public for their support, after their tour manager died and singer Trevor Grills was seriously injured in a freak accident.
Paul McMullen died at the scene of the incident on Saturday, hours before the ten-piece were due to perform at the G Live venue in Guildford, Surrey.
He was trapped underneath a door at the venue's loading bay, police said. Mr Grills suffered head injuries and is in a serious condition in hospital.
Band member Jon Cleave, who introduces the Fisherman's Friends songs during concerts, gave this statement a short time ago.
The Fishermans Friends have made an emotional statement following the death of their tour manager and the serious injury to one of the group. They said their thoughts were with the families of both men.
Trevor Grills is seriously ill in hospital after a door collapsed on him and the tour manager at a venue in Surrey where they were due to perform.
Tributes have been paid to the tour manager of shanty group Fisherman's Friends, who died after he was trapped under a metal door, hours before the group were due to perform.
Paul McMullen was pronounced dead at the scene - the G Live venue in Guildford - following the incident at 11.45am yesterday [Saturday].
A spokesman for the group Said The Maiden, who had worked with the singers, said: "We are deeply saddened by the news of the accident in Guildford yesterday. Paul was an amazing man, who gave us a fabulous opportunity to sing for the Fisherman's Friends
Trevor Grills, the singer from Cornish group Fisherman's Friends remains in hospital in Surrey tonight [Sunday]. He was injured when a metal door fell on him and his manager, Paul McMullen. Mr McMullen died at the scene.