Houston police confirm at least eight people have been killed and multiple injured at Astroworld festival in Houston, a sold-out event run by Travis Scott. At least 23 have been transported to the hospital and over 300 were treated throughout the day.
Houston city officials on Saturday released most of the ages of the eight people who were killed as a crowd surged at the Astroworld Festival, including one person who was 14.
Another victim was 16; two were 21; two were 23; one was 27; and one person’s age is unknown, Mayor Sylvester Turner said…
Another 25 people were taken to the hospital after the concert, and 13 people were still hospitalized as of Saturday afternoon, including five people under the age of 18.
Footage show people dancing on top of the emergency vehicles while they were trying to get unconscious people out of the crowd at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival.
Check out disturbing videos show fans desperately telling Travis Scott to stop the show at Astroworld Festival.
What about this, his staff are responsible alsopic.twitter.com/lnxZYlnhUO— BIG Jezzykool 🦁🦅 (@Big_jezzykool) November 6, 2021
Another disturbing video appeared on social media showing medics and people doing CPR to people who were injured.
Travis Scott did stop his show for a few minutes to help aide a fan that was in need.
To clear things up, here’s a full video pic.twitter.com/ABHqaNojvR— Mohamed Enieb (@its_menieb) November 6, 2021
Travis Scott issues a statement after at least eight people died and more than 300 were injured during a mass stampede at his Astroworld Festival.
The second day of Astroworld festival has been reportedly been cancelled after the deaths and hospitalizations that occurred today.