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The victims, ages 14 to 27, who were among the eight killed at Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival on Friday have been identified, while the brother of one criticized the event “poorly” run by “horrible” people.

Danish Baig, 27, was one of the people who died after a flurry of concerts. University of Dayton student Franco Patino, 21, also died on the first day of the Astroworld festival at NRG Park in Houston, Texas, the school said.

Baig was killed after trying to save a relative during the concert stampede, his brother Basil Baig confirmed on Facebook.

“My brother died in this horrendous Astroworld event that was mishandled and supervised by such horrible people,” Basil wrote on Facebook.

He praised his late brother for his ‘brave act’ and called him a ‘beautiful soul’.

Others whose deaths have been confirmed to various media are John Hilgert, 14, Brianna Rodríguez, 16, and Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Peña, 23.

“My brother tried to save my sister-in-law from these horrendous acts that were being done to her in the process in which she lost her life,” wrote Basil.

“My brother Danish Baig [is] a beautiful soul whose [e] smile would light up the room and put everyone before himself. Last night he showed his brave act to save my sister-in-law from those horrendous things that were being done.

“ I was there and I couldn’t save my brother. ”

Basil reported that people were ‘hitting’, ‘pushing’ and ‘shoving’ and ‘not caring about anyone’s life’.

He also alleged that superstar rapper and Kylie Jenner’s daughter’s baby daddy Stormi “provoked these people and forced them to do just that [stampede] and more, called people on stage to jump into the crowd and didn’t stop the show. ”

Basil also said that this was not the end of my family and that I will do everything I can to ensure that he is brought to justice. ‘

“My brother tried to save my sister-in-law from these horrendous acts that were being done to her in the process in which she lost her life,” wrote Basil.

“My brother Danish Baig [is] a beautiful soul whose [e] smile would light up the room and put everyone before himself. Last night he showed his brave act to save my sister-in-law from those horrendous things that were being done.

“ I was there and I couldn’t save my brother. ”

Basil reported that people were ‘hitting’, ‘pushing’ and ‘shoving’ and ‘not caring about anyone’s life’.

He also alleged that superstar rapper and Kylie Jenner’s daughter’s baby daddy Stormi “provoked these people and forced them to do just that [stampede] and more, called people on stage to jump into the crowd and didn’t stop the show. ”

Basil also said that this was not the end of my family and that I will do everything I can to ensure that he is brought to justice. ‘

University of Dayton student Franco Patiño, 21, also died at the event.

Patiño was a huge fan of the rapper and traveled from southern Ohio to Houston for the event with his best friend to celebrate his friend’s birthday, according to WGN9.

The college senior was studying engineering and was a member of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and Alpha Psi Lambda.

Patiño was part of the society’s special interests house, which he worked with his fellow student Andy Prieto to create.

“Andy and I worked together day and night to make this dream come true because we believed that it was necessary to have a house for Hispanics to come together and have a bit of family culture in a predominantly white institution,” Patiño said in a statement. article about society on the university website.

John Hilgret, 14, of Hunters Creek Village, was the youngest person to die at the concert. His death was confirmed Saturday by officials at Memorial High School, where he was a freshman.

Hilgret attended Friday’s concert with his old friend, 15-year-old Robby Hendrix.

Hendrix’s mother, Tracy Faulkner, bought her son’s ticket for her birthday and “finally regrets the decision.”

“Everything that night was a tragedy,” Faulkner told the Houston Chronicle. “ They were both in the same place at the same time and one came home and one we will never see. ”

He said Hilgret and Hendrix had known each other for years and played soccer together.

‘John was a good student and athlete and very educated. He was the sweetest and smartest young man, ” she shared.

Two others were identified by their families as dead in the tragic event.

Brianna Rodríguez, 16, confirmed People, and Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Peña, 23, confirmed by Laredo Morning Times, were among the eight.

Rodríguez was a dancer and was in her third year of high school.

“She left our sites, but never from our hearts,” her family wrote on Facebook.

Her family started a GoFundMe to help with funeral expenses. She has raised $ 8,910 of her goal of $ 30,000.

Peña was an aspiring model and dreamed of becoming a US Border Patrol agent, according to USA Today.

Peña drove five hours from Laredo to Houston with her friends to attend the show, where he died of cardiac arrest.

Peña’s sister told the Laredo Morning Times: ‘My brother was the sweetest, friendliest, outgoing person, he had many friends because he was always there for everyone. Yes, he was a huge fan of Travis, he loved his music. ‘

Approximately 50,000 people attended the sold-out Astroworld Festival at NRG Park on Friday. Witnesses said chaos broke out after Scott took the stage to perform.

The increase occurred at 9:15 p.m. and at that time the “mass casualty incident” was declared. Almost an hour later, at 10:10 p.m., the Live Nation concert producer stopped the show.

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