Seoul Halloween Festival Stampede Results In Deaths & Injuries
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There has been an uptick of human stampede as earth’s population and density of urban population increased. Human stampedes have been a chronically understudied topic and there’s been an uptick in reported crushes as populations have increased. In this video we explain how these tragedies occur. Of course, crowd psychology is a big factor – but design is often the real problem, in the video published by Cheddar, as “How A Human Stampede Really Happens – Cheddar Explains“, below:
Watch and learn what you should do if you find yourself in a terrifying rush of people. “Split Second Decision” airs Saturday at 9pm ET on MSNBC, in the video published on Nov 16, 2016, by MSNBC, as “How To Escape In A Human Stampede | Split Second Decision | MSNBC“, below:
Have you ever been at a music festival, sporting event or a parade and felt just a little too crowded? As fun as crowd surfing, mosh pits, or cheering on your favorite team can be, there are many potential risks. Sure, you might have to put up with foul body odor or getting beer spilled on you, but there are far more dangerous and even fatal hazards involved with large crowds. Whether you’re wiggling your way to the front to see your favorite band, taking to the streets to protest a cause, or grabbing that 80% off sale for the latest gadget, please pay close attention to this video, as it might help you and numerous others. Human stampedes have resulted in the tragic deaths of many innocent people. An average of 380 people per year die from crowd crushes. With the pandemic in full swing, we’ve become a lot better at spacing ourselves from one another. But if you’re stuck in a large crowd, attempting to social distance could really save your life, in the video published by How to Survive, as “How to Survive a Human Stampede“, below:
To see the list of human stampedes and crushes, please click HERE.
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker More about the community at www.WindermereSun.com
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