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Seoul Halloween stampede Over 100 people hurt and 120 people died

Seoul Halloween stampede Over 100 people hurt and 120 people died

Seoul Halloween stampede Over 100 people hurt and 120 people died

Seoul Halloween stampede Over 100 people hurt and 120 people died

A stampede incident that occurred in Seoul on Saturday resulted in at least 120 deaths and more than 100 injuries.

There may be an increase in fatalities.

To celebrate Halloween, a sizable crowd descended onto the city’s centre area, according to the Yonhap news agency.

During the festivities, a massive crowd reportedly surged forward on a small street, causing dozens of injuries.

At least 50 patients were receiving CPR from the fire department as of Saturday night at 11.30 KST, according to the initial news source.

According to the fire department of South Korea, 81 stampede victims had breathing issues.

According to South Korean security officials, the number of people hurt in a stampede incident in Seoul’s Itaewon neighbourhood has increased to over 100.

According to reports, South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol authorised the deployment of a disaster response team.

He also directed the hospital to reserve adequate beds for the injured.

At least 50 individuals were receiving CPR from the fire department as of Saturday night at 11.30 KST, according to the news source.

Social media users are posting bizarre images from Itaewon’s Main Street tonight.

Ambulances and fire engines were lined up on the street as people continued to mix in Halloween costumes, according to images and videos that appeared on Twitter’s timeline.

Since the COVID lockdown in Seoul, this is the first Halloween celebration that has been held in public.

 

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