Seven Astroworld Attendees Who Died Were In The Same Area

A new investigation has concluded that seven of the ten people who died at Astroworld were trapped in the same crowded area.

The Washington Post probe used videos from the festival and first-hand accounts from witnesses. They found that one area of the massive crowd was impacted the most. Seven of the victims who died were in the south quadrant, which was enclosed on three sides by metal barricades. Attendees described seeing people collapse as they were being crushed in the surge. Carnegie Mellon University crowd specialists determined that each person only had 1.85 square feet of space.

Footage from the concert showed that the main stage filled up three hours before any acts were set to perform. As Scott’s timeslot inched closer, more people rushed to the already packed area. Experts are certain that this rush was what caused people to be crushed. In some of the videos, several deceased victims are lying in a pile in the south quadrant just 16 minutes into the show.

One witness, Bill Nasser, who tried helping the injured concertgoers, said that attendees were “on the floor getting their faces stomped in.”

Several lawsuits have been filed against Live Nation, Travis Scott, Drake, and others, seeking billions of dollars in damages.

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