The Houston Police Department has issued a detailed report on the 2021 Astroworld tragedy that took place during Travis Scott’s headlining performance at NRG Park on November 6. Local ABC affiliate ABC-13 reported the news, citing a tweet from Houston PD from earlier today (July 28), which also included a link to the 1,266 page document. Find the full report here.

The report details the police department’s completed investigation into the stampede at Astroworld, which left 10 dead, including a 10-year-old boy, and thousands injured. Throughout the document, a number of witnesses are interviewed, recalling their experiences as the crowd crush took place around them. A number of those interviewed felt the pressure of the surging crowd at the concert.

Last month, Reuters reported that Scott will not be charged criminally in connection with the Astroworld incident. A grand jury in Harris County, Texas, declined to indict the rapper, bringing the 19-month investigation to a close. Scott and event promoter Live Nation Entertainment are still facing several civil lawsuits over the event.


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