Participants in Astroworld, an ICU nurse, elaborated on the chaotic and desperate scene after people were crushed.


Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival.

Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival. Getty Images

  • Instagrammer, who said he attended the Astroworld Festival, described a busy scene where doctors struggled to cope with the turmoil.

  • At least eight people were killed and hundreds more were injured at the Travis Scott event on Friday night.

  • “People who had a pulse were receiving CPR,” Instagrammer said.

Instagrammer, who attended Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival in Texas on Friday night, described a disturbing scene in which doctors scrambled to deal with the turmoil.

at least 8 people died at the event, Authorities describe it as “massive casualties.”Video footage Captured at the event Festival participants dancing on an ambulance and causing a crowd accident. Fans broke the fence and a man described the event as a “hell concert.”

“I don’t think I’ve been disturbed more than ever,” Instagrammer said. “Some of these medical staff have little or no experience with CPR. I didn’t know how to check the pulse, carotid, and femoral arteries. Compression was done without a pulse check. Therefore, people with a pulse were receiving CPR. “

Attendees who did not immediately respond to the insider’s request for additional information, in her Instagram post, she is an ICU nurse, helping those who intervene and faint after she regains consciousness. I said I needed it.

“When I stood up, I looked around, and people were bleeding from their noses and mouths, rolling their eyes on their heads for safety,” she wrote. rice field. “I shouted,’Did anyone check the pulse?'” At that point, the guards asked her to check, her post said.

According to Instagrammer, there were not enough medical devices such as stretchers and ambu bags. She said there was no mobile phone service seeking additional help.

“Teenagers are doing CPR to help, but they’re doing it wrong. Then there are others who are doing CPR to those who still have a pulse. Everyone checks the pulse. I haven’t, “she wrote. “It was an absolute shit show.”

There were about 50,000 people in the crowd while Scott was playing. More than 300 people were treated at the NRG Park site in Houston, and 11 were in cardiac arrest at the event, officials said.

“People were begging the crew to operate the stage lights and things around us to stop the concert, and they didn’t,” writes Instagrammer.

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