Astroworld victim's family starts concert safety nonprofit as officials offer little change, updates

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- It has been one year since Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival, where 10 people were crushed to death by a crowd surge at NRG Park, and little has changed with no update on the criminal investigation.

On Nov. 5, 2021, a crowd of roughly 50,000 people packed tightly into the sold-out festival. Horrifying cell phone footage showed unconscious bodies on the floor, as a crowd begged for the concert to stop, and first responders had difficulty getting to the victims.


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