Former President Donald Trump’s speech at a rally in North Carolina on Saturday was halted as a medical emergency occurred in the crowd.

Trump, the Republican frontrunner in the 2024 presidential race, and Republican presidential hopeful, Nikki Haley, are set to compete in the busiest day of the primary season, with more than a dozen states holding races on Super Tuesday to decide on the next Republican presidential nominee. Trump is currently the overwhelming favorite to win. According to FiveThirtyEight’s national polling average tracker, the former president is ahead of Haley by over 61 percentage points as of Saturday (76.7 percent to 15.1 percent, respectfully).

Following victories in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada and Michigan, Trump has continued to campaign across the country by holding rallies in hopes of continuing to gain support.

On Saturday afternoon, Trump headed to Greensboro, North Carolina, as he took to the stage at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex for his “Get Out the Vote” rally.

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Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump takes the stage during a campaign event at Greensboro Coliseum on Saturday in Greensboro, North Carolina. Trump’s speech at the rally was halted as a medical emergency…

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However, amid speaking on various issues surrounding the 2024 election, such as immigration and securing the U.S.-Mexico border, his ongoing legal battles and claims that the 2020 election was rigged, the rally was interrupted for an unknown medical emergency in the crowd.

Although it is not known what exactly happened, journalist Aaron Rupar shared a video of the rally on X, formerly Twitter, where viewers can see someone in the crowd receiving medical attention as the former president watched.

Newsweek has reached out to the Greensboro Police and Emergency Services department, the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, and Trump’s campaign via email for comment.

This is not the first time one of Trump’s rallies involved a medical emergency.

The former president was speaking in Las Vegas ahead of the GOP state primary in January when he paused and pointed towards someone in the crowd and said: “Medical. Medical please,” he added. “Are they OK? Doctor in the house, thank you.”

Heading into Super Tuesday in North Carolina, Trump is shown leading Haley, according to a High Point University Survey Research Center poll in February. The poll showed Trump leading in North Carolina by 47 points (68 to 21 percent).

In addition, a Capen Analytics survey of 150 likely voters conducted around the same time showed the former president ahead of Haley by 64 percent to 36 percent.

Trump is expected to travel to Richmond, Virginia, later today to hold another rally.

Meanwhile, Haley has remained adamant that she is taking her fight against Trump all the way until the end despite her consistent losses in the primaries. In a recent interview with CNN, the former governor said that she and her campaign were “taking this one state, one day at a time,” and called on her fellow Republicans to move past Trump and his policies.

“If 70 percent of Americans say they don’t want Donald Trump or Joe Biden, we are giving them an option,” she said. “What I’m saying to my Republican Party family, is we are in a ship with a hole in it. And we can either go down with the ship and watch the country go socialist left, or we can see that we need to take the life raft and move in a new direction.”