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At least 8 people were killed and 300 people were injured in stampede at Houston Music Festival

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At 16:11 on November 6, Beijing time:

US media: At least 8 people were killed and 300 people were injured in the stampede at the Houston Music Festival

The ABC reported that on the evening of November 5, local time, a stampede at a music festival in Houston, Texas had killed at least 8 people and injured more than 300. At the beginning of the festival, a large number of people crowded into the event site, causing chaos for a while.

According to reports, 100,000 tickets for this event were sold out in May this year.

At 15:28, November 6, Beijing time:

At least 8 people were killed in a stampede at a music festival in Houston, U.S.

According to local media reports, during a music festival held in Houston, Texas on November 5, local time, a large number of people crowded into the event site to cause a stampede. According to the person in charge of the local police department in Houston, the stampede has caused 8 deaths and many injured.

ABC reported that dozens of ambulances, a large number of medical staff, firefighters, and police have rushed to the scene. The police sealed off some areas of the event site. It is not yet clear the specific number of injured and the specific process of the incident.

According to a video from the local media on the afternoon of the 5th, a large number of spectators flocked to the iron fence at the entrance of the music festival venue. After the fence was torn down, the spectators rushed into the venue, causing chaos at one time, and many people fell to the ground causing a stampede.

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