Halloween Stamped At South Korea Kills Over 100 People, Still Counting

Halloween Stamped At South Korea Kills Over 100 People, Still Counting

The Halloween event at Seul Korea has led to the death of many, as the death toll continues to rise as 120 people have been killed and hundreds were found injured On the night of October 29 in Seoul Korea.

The Halloween weekend was been celebrated by over 100,000 people, who gathered in the neighborhood of Itaewon. This was the first big Halloween event since 2019.

Report shows that the tragic incident happened around 10:15 PM KST, just before the police received reports that about 20 people have fainted due to a crowd surge.

People kept pushing down and more people were crushed down​,” the witness wrote on Twitter. “People crushed under the crowd were crying and I thought I would ​be crushed to death too, breathing through a hole and crying for help.”

Emergency broadcast had been sent to every mobile phone in the Yongsan District urging citizens to return home as soon as possible due to “an emergency accident near Hamilton Hotel in Itaewon”.

Videos from Seoul’s Itaewon district show body bags on the streets, emergency workers performing CPR, and rescuers trying to pull people trapped beneath others.

There will be another press conference at 4am. Right now, the official numbers are 120 dead and 100 injured*