“I Thought I Was Going To Die”: Festivalgoers Describe The Chaos At Astroworld, Where At Least 8 People Died
“They have mosh pits — I’m used to that,” one festivalgoer told BuzzFeed News. “This was something completely different. I mean, nothing could’ve prepared me for this.”
No one on the train was injured, officials said.
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