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The Astroworld Tragedy and a History of Negligence

“Nobody expected to die.”

Photo by Alexander Londoño on Unsplash

The events that took place at this year’s Astroworld Festival were heartbreaking.

I’m from the Houston area, and it’s hard seeing that devastation. There will likely be years of investigations and lawsuits.

The event saw nine people lose their lives after the crowd got out of control…

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D. Nelson Collins

D. Nelson Collins

D. Nelson Collins is a writer and entrepreneur. He has a passion for writing and sharing ideas. https://dncollins.com

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