Travis Scott Astroworld Victims All Died Of Asphyxia With Only One Having Drugs In System, Reveals Coroner
All the victims who lost their lives at Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival died of asphyxia. The coroner just released their findings, revealing the 10 victims suffocated to death in the crowd surge that took place at the rapper's Houston, Texas, show on November 5.
According to the report, only one victim had any traces of drugs in their system which included cocaine, methamphetamine, and ethanol. The medical examiner lists that as a "contributory cause" to the person's death.
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All 10 victims died of "compression asphyxia." The medical examiner's report also reveals that each victim passed away at local hospitals, not at the festival.
The news comes just days after Travis gave his first interview about the deadly festival and took no responsibility for what happened.
During the cringe-worthy interview, Kylie Jenner's baby daddy said, "things happen." As RadarOnline.com reported, 300 people were injured and 10 lost their lives at the show after the crowd surged the stage to get closer to Travis. It got worse when Drake joined him — something the rapper acknowledged and said almost forced him to wrap up the set early.
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According to Travis, his "in-ear" told him to pull the plug on the show, but he was never told how bad things in the crowd were — despite ambulances, fans screaming for help, and production members seemingly shooing away those who were attempting to seek aid.
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The rapper, Live Nation, and the promoters behind Astroworld are drowning in billions of dollars worth of lawsuits, but Travis is fighting back.
He filed his first response to one of the 275 civil lawsuits, demanding it gets dismissed because he believes he bears no responsibility for those injured or killed at the "mass-casualty" event.
While he's taking no accountability, Travis did offer to pay the funerals of those who died in the tragedy, but not every family member wanted the rapper's help. The youngest victim that died in the Astroworld catastrophe was a 9-year-old boy named Ezra Blount.