I think that's the usual procedure. There was a fall on a live feed a couple of years ago where the camera stayed on the person on the ground while the EMTs worked on him, and I think some people complained that it was a bit intrusive.
We've removed the blatant accusations of impropriety from the thread to comply with our posting policies. When a startling event occurs in at a big public venue, it's fairly natural for there to be speculation about what occurred, so we've given plenty of leeway as to possible scenarios and tangential discussions re: issues in the industry.
There's been an explanation provided in news coverage of the event from the rider. Since folks have had a few days to discuss, and we've had to remove some inappropriate commentary from the thread, we're going to close the thread at this point. If there are any further official statements made re: the situation or other coverage from a reputable source, we'll be happen to reopen the thread for further discussion. Feel free to continue the discussion of general issues affecting the industry in any of the existing threads already addressing those topics.