Unveiling the Hottest Buzz in 2024

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At least 140 dead and dozens went into cardiac arrest during Halloween festivities in South Korea

According to The BBC, 59 people were killed and dozens were injured as a result of a crowd surge in South Korea.

The incident occurred during Halloween celebrations in Seoul's popular nightlife district.
Hundreds of first responders, according to officials, assisted those who were crushed at the scene.

 According to the New York Times, at least 140 people were killed on Saturday after a crowd surge at a Halloween festival in Seoul, South Korea.

According to the report, 150 people were injured after partying in the Itaewon-dong district.

According to initial reports, the surge occurred after news of a celebrity at a bar in the nightlife district spread.

A video posted online shows medics rushing to assist those who have collapsed. According to the BBC, around 100,000 people gathered in the area, making it the first large gathering without masks since the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to reports, South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has called for the treatment of those who have been injured and a review of the festivities' safety.