"I didn't feel safe there" Astroworld attendee describes chaos where 8 people died, hundreds injured

Authorities are now reviewing video and awaiting the cause of death from the medical examiners' office after eight people died and hundreds were injured during Astroworld Fest.  

As of Sunday night, Houston Fire Chief Sam Pena says six people remain in the hospital, five of them are in the ICU.

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"I didn't feel safe there. I knew something bad was going to happen," said Brandon Nguyen. Nguyen was among the crowd of 50,000 people at Astroworld on Friday.

As other concertgoers got rowdier, Nguyen tried to escape but says he was stomped on several times and watched another girl faint in front of him.

"When Travis Scott was starting to come on, the crowd guy even crazier. I mean it was just like nonstop pushing and shoving and people just creating mosh pits for no reason. I’m literally looking at this young girl like faint. She couldn't even hold herself up," Nguyen said.

His body now in serious pain two days later.

"I have a sharp pain in my back and my foot is in tremendous pain. And in my lower back, there's like a tingling sensation that I sustained after the festival. I just want to get it checked out," Nguyen said.


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Tears continue to fall for loved ones lost from the deadly celebrations at Astroworld Festival, where eight people died and hundreds of attendees were seriously injured.

Attorney Adam Funk is now representing Nguyen and in the process of interviewing other clients, as they join a string of lawsuits being filed against Live Nation, Astroworld’s promoter.

"Not only negligence, but also premises liability. There are a lot of negligent parties here. Live Nation is definitely to blame. In fact, they've had over 200 deaths on their watch at other concerts in the past with many other lawsuits filed against them," Funk said.

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"There was a tremendous amount of inadequate security inadequate medical staff as well. According to reports from other clients, we're deeply concerned about the fact that the people who were actually staffed as medics had no medical knowledge," Funk continued.

At one point, HFD officials says more than 55 units and 20 ambulances were dispatched to help medics at Astroworld.

Houston Police say the investigation remains active and in its early stages.

HPD’s Victims Services advocates are available to speak with anyone searching for information about their loved ones at the family reunification center on 8686 Kirby Drive.