December 4, 2021

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At least eight killed in Travis Scott Astroworld in Houston’s NRG Park | Univision 45 Houston KXLN

Lina Hidalgo, Harris District Judge, He said eight people had died and at least 300 needed to be treated by paramedics. 23 were taken to hospital and 11 suffered heart attacks, the report said.

“Our hearts are broken”, Hidalgo said. “People are looking for a good time for these events, a chance to relax and create memories. This is not an event you go to where you know about deaths. Obviously this is the last place we want to be, especially after we have passed as a community. But here we have incredibly talented law enforcement officers.

Of the eight dead, the youngest is known to be a 10-year-old boy, but the cause of his death has not yet been revealed. Many of those affected by the public outcry had heart attacks and medical problemsSaid Samuel Bena, head of the Houston Fire Department.

According to Pina, at about 9:15 a.m. the crowd was compressed towards the front of the stage, and people panicked and “fell” and began to lose consciousness. Authorities saw the incident unfold and began rushing people to hospitals around 9:38 p.m.

Organizers stopped the concert when several people were injured, and Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said it would be too early to determine the cause of death.

The incident went viral on social media and many criticized the organizers for not stopping the concert as many had already been injured.

The AstroWorld Festival is a three-day concert series hosted by Houston-born rapper Travis Scott. This Friday, the first day of the festival, was attended by about 50,000 people, according to Harris County officials.

The festival was canceled for the remaining days due to the tragedy this Friday, as announced on the NRG Park social media account.

“I can’t say enough about the incredible work of the Houston Fire Department, the Houston Police Department, law enforcement, and Live Nation. I try to confirm what a confusing event it really is“That’s what we know now.”

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