ojalá y estén bien los dos bizcochitos.

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The death toll rose to two on Monday following a stampede at a rap concert in Rochester, New York, that authorities said may have been triggered by unfounded fears of gunfire.

The Memphis rap stars GloRilla and Finesse2tymes had finished performing Sunday night at Rochester’s Main Street Armory when something prompted people to surge dangerously toward the exits just after 11 p.m., Police Chief David M. Smith said at a news briefing Monday.

“We do not have any evidence of gunshots being fired or of anyone being shot or stabbed at the scene,” Smith said.

Concertgoer Ikea Hayes returned to the venue Monday to retrieve belongings she left behind.

“I was watching my life flash before my eyes, and I still didn’t even know what was going on,” she told Rochester television station WHEC. She described being “on the ground, just scared, praying, like, you got to get up, you got to move. If you stay here, they’re going to keep running you over. So, you got to get up. You got to move.”

Police found three badly injured women in the auditorium. One, Rhondesia Belton, of Buffalo, died at a hospital. Belton, 33, worked for Buffalo’s Traffic Violations Agency, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown tweeted Monday evening.

“Her family, friends, and colleagues are devastated and left to mourn this tragic loss,” Brown said. “Please keep her family in your thoughts and prayers.”

Rochester Police announced the death of a 35-year-old woman late Monday. Her name was not released. Another woman remained in critical condition, police said. Seven additional people were treated at area hospitals for injuries that were not life-threatening.

Security guard Anthony Rouse told WHEC he signed up to work when he learned his daughter was going to the concert. She was hurt in the rush to the exits and spent part of Monday in the hospital, he said.

“The whole reason I signed on was to protect her,” he said. “And I failed.”

Rouse said he was near the stage when his daughter went down near the entrance of the crowded hall.

“What began last night as a night of live music and fun for the performer GloRilla ended in tragedy,” said Smith, the police chief.

While there is no evidence of gunfire, Smith said, police are investigating several possible causes of the fatal surge, including “possibly crowd size, shots fired, pepper spray and other contributing factors.”

Mayor Malik Evans called the fatal stampede “totally unacceptable" and promised a thorough investigation into whether venue operators had the necessary safety measures in place for a large crowd.

“We are going to hold people accountable for what happened last night, period,” Evans said, though he cautioned that it was too early in the investigation to assign blame. “I intend to get to the bottom of this.”

There was no response to emails requesting comment sent Monday to the Main Street Armory.

Y nadie se unio a la cadena de oracion? Ay Dios mio :rofl:

Solamente un buen amigoux como yo que se preocupa por ustedes chicas.
:grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: Lo bueno que estan sanas y salvas bellas y buenas. :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:

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Que pena mas penosa que nadie se unio a la cadena de oracion

Para que vean en ëste foro solamente yo me preocupo por ustedes amores
UN amicx como yo nunca van a encontrar, pero nunca me hagan enojar que puedo ser su peor rivalidad. I love you Girls. :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :grin: :grin: