An investigation into the eight persons’ death at Travis Scott‘s Astroworld concert on Friday has identified the victims between the ages of 14 and 27, while one of their brothers lambasted the “horrible” people who hosted the event.
After a sudden surge, 27-year-old Danish Baig was one of the concertgoers who perished. Franco Patino, 21, a senior at the University of Dayton, also killed on the first day of the Astroworld event at NRG Park in Texas.
According to his brother Basil Baig, Baig died while he tried to rescue a family member from a stampede during the performance.
Basil stated on Facebook that his brother was slain in this horrific Astroworld event that was mismanaged and controlled by such nasty individuals.
It was a heroic move, and his brother had a wonderful spirit that was lauded by him.
Other confirmed fatalities include John Hilgert, 14, Brianna Rodriguez, 16, and Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Pea, 23, according to multiple news sites.
Basil claimed that his brother sought to rescue his sister-in-law from these heinous deeds, but he lost his life in the
Basil said his brother was a wonderful spirit that would light up everyone else before himself. He said he showed his bravery last night when he rescued his sister-in-law from the harrowing events that were taking place.
He said his brother’s life was in his hands, yet he couldn’t rescue him.
In Basil’s opinion, individuals were hitting, pushing, shoving, and not caring about anybody else’s life.
One of the accusers said that Rapper and babydaddy of Kylie Jenner’s kid Stormi Kanye West provoked these individuals and made them do precisely that [stampede] and more he asked people on the stage to leap into the audience and did not halt the event.
Basil said that his family will go to all lengths to see that he is brought to justice.
Franco Patino, 21, a student at the University of Dayton, was also killed in the incident.
With his closest buddy, Patino traveled from Southern Ohio to Houston, Texas, to attend the rapper’s concert, WGN9 reports.
Hispanic Professional Engineers Society and Alpha Psi Lambda were both members of the college senior’s fraternity.
Patino was a member of the special interest house of the society, which he and Andy Prieto created together.
Hunters Creek Village teen John Hilgret, 14, died during the performance. By the time he was a freshman at Memorial High School, authorities had verified his death on Saturday.