Halloween Horror in South Korea: Dozens of Young People Treated for ‘Cardiac Arrest’ in the Streets

by Kyle Becker, Becker News:

A Halloween street festival turned into horror in South Korea on Saturday, as a ‘crush’ of people killed 120 people and injured 100 more, the BBC reported. Dozens of young people were treated for “cardiac arrest” during the frightening scene, according to initial reports.

“Dozens of people in Halloween crowds treated for cardiac arrest in nightlife area of South Korean capital Seoul,” the BBC reported.

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“Dozens of people in Halloween crowds treated for cardiac arrest in nightlife area of South Korean capital Seoul,” the BBC reported.

One can only surmise the reasons behind the headline change. It raises a lot of questions about how so many young people had ‘cardiac arrests’ during an obviously traumatic event.

“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,” the BBC reported. “It is not known what caused the crush. South Korea’s President Yoon Suk-yeol has called an emergency meeting.”

Interestingly, the BBC framed it as the first outdoor no-mask event since the pandemic began in early 2020.

“There were reportedly 100,000 revellers in the area celebrating the first outdoor no-mask Halloween event since the pandemic,” the BBC added. “Social media messages posted earlier in the evening show some people remarking that the Itaewon area was so crowded that it felt unsafe.”

BNO News provided additional footage of the event, which showed many people receving CPR.

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