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Ten people died Friday at Travis Scott’s music festival in Houston, Texas, with the victims between the ages of 9 and 27.

John Hilgert, 14 years old

John Hilgert, 14 years old

John Hilgert, 14 years old

John Hilgert, of Hunters Creek Village, was identified as one of the deaths during Saturday’s concert by officials at Memorial High School, where he was a freshman.

Hilgert attended the concert Friday with longtime friend Robby Hendrix, 15.

Henrdix’s mother, Tracy Faulkner, bought her son’s birthday ticket and ‘ultimately regretted the decision’.

“Everything that night was a tragedy,” Faulkner told Houston Chronicle. ‘They were both in the same place at the same time and one went home and the other we’ll never see again. “

She said Hilgret and Hendrix had known each other for many years and played football together.

‘John was a good student, an athlete and very polite. He’s the smartest and sweetest guy,’ she shared.

Brianna Rodriguez, 16 years old

Brianna Rodriguez, 16 years old

Brianna Rodriguez, 16 years old

Brianna Rodriguez is a dancer and is in high school. On Saturday, her family confirmed that she was one of eight victims.

A GoFundMe account isolated by her family described her as a ‘beautiful, vibrant 16-year-old girl’.

‘Dancing was her passion and now she is dancing her way to the gates of heaven.’

Jacob Jurinek, 20 years old

Jacob Jurinek was attending a concert with his best friend Franco Patino when the two were trampled to death. The two grew up in the same Illinois town of Naperville.

A friend, Ana Lissa Marie, was deeply saddened by the death of Jurinek, who was studying arts and media at Southern Illinois University, and had come to Houston with Patino to celebrate Jurinek’s birthday.

‘I’ve lost all my respect for Travis Scott,’ she tweeted.

‘What happened was absolutely disgusting. RIP for all those who lost their lives. For Jacob Jurinek, you will be a missed child. Thanks for all the laughs.

‘My condolences to all the families who lost their lives.’

Jacob Jurinek, 20 years old

Franco Patino, 21 years old

Other victims include University of Dayton student Franco Patino (right), 21, who was attending the event with his best friend, Jacob Jurinek, 20, when they were both trampled to death.

Franco Patino, 21 years old

The University of Dayton confirmed to that student Franco Patino of Naperville, Illinois, attended the concert in Houston on Friday.

The mechanical engineering technology major has attended several co-curriculars and most recently worked in a co-op program in Mason, Ohio.

College President Eric F Spina extended his sympathies and prayers to Patino’s loved ones and the campus community.

Patino’s brother, Alpha Psi Lambda, also sent condolences to his friends and family.

The organization wrote on Facebook: ‘It is with a very heavy heart that Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc. shares that our brother, Franco’ Cuauhocelotl ‘Patino, has transferred to Omega Chapter”.

‘We send our condolences to his family, friends, Alpha Nu Chapter and all who share in this loss. May his memory be eternal. ‘

College seniors joined the University of Dayton chapter of the fraternity last year.

Patino (left) and Jurinek grew up in the same Illinois town and are best friends

Patino (left) and Jurinek grew up in the same Illinois town and are best friends

Axel Acosta, 21 years old

Edgar Acosta on Monday held a press conference with Texas attorney Tony Buzbee to announce that he is suing over the death of his son Axel Acosta, who had traveled from Washington to attend the festival. His first concert.

Axel Acosta, 21 years old

Axel Acosta, 21 years old

“They need to make things change in these kinds of events,” he said.

‘Today is me. I lost my son. It could be you,’ Acosta said.

‘When you take your kids out for fun, because someone else doesn’t provide the rights… I don’t know if I can explain. Appropriate security.

‘Because it’s not his first time at big events, is it?

‘You can go to Disneyland and have fun. You can go to a baseball game and have fun. Because they have the right security, the right people, some people assisting the injured.

‘It’s hard to explain.’

Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Rock,

Peña, from Laredo, Texas, died of cardiac arrest after being injured at the show.

He is a medical assistant and criminal justice major who aspires to become a model and dreams of one day becoming a US Border Patrol agent.

‘What happened over the weekend is a direct result of what happens when the pursuit of financial gain and reputation takes precedence over the protection of innocent lives,’ Law Firm Almaraz, representing Peñas, said in a statement.

‘It’s a testament to the state of live events and greed that is rampant in this industry.

‘No one should feel unsafe enjoying something they love, and unfortunately this is exactly what happened.

‘We are committed to working diligently and responsibly to bring justice to the Peña family and to all who suffer, and we will not rest until these voices are heard loud and clear. .

‘We will hold the responsible parties accountable and fight to ensure that something positive comes out of this irreparable disaster. Something must change. Something will change. ‘

Rodolfo 'Rudy' Rock,

Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Rock,

Madison Dubiski, 23 years old

Madison Dubiski of Cypress, Texas, was the eighth and final victim identified on Monday.

The former Miss Ole High School student was snatched from her brother Ty, who tried to pull her to safety, in a flash and disappeared into the crowd.

Dubiski studied at the University of Mississippi from 2016 to 2017 and worked in advertising and marketing. She attended Cy-Fair High School, where she was a Varsity cheerleader and member of the National Charity League, a community service organization for mothers and their daughters in middle school. and high school.

Friends say that her mother Michelle is her best friend and that she is very close to Ty, who graduated from Cy-Fair in 2019.

Madison Dubiski, 23 years old

Madison Dubiski, 23 years old

Baig Denmark, 27 years old

Basil Mirza Baig took to Facebook Saturday to announce that his brother Baig Denmark also passed away at Astroworld.

Baig wrote: ‘My brother was killed in this terrible event, it is poorly managed and overseen by such horrible people.

‘People were trampled, walked and stomped in place. My brother tried to save my sister-in-law from the horrible acts that were done to her in the process of his loss of life. ‘

Baig describes the Dane as a beautiful soul who puts everyone before himself.

‘Last night he showed his act of bravery to save my sister-in-law from the horrible things he was doing. I am speechless and hurt really from this event,’ he added.

‘I was there and I wasn’t able to save my brother. People are shoving and shoving and don’t care about anyone’s life. ‘

Baig also accused the rapper of inciting chaos by ‘calling people on stage to jump into the crowd’ and ‘not stopping the performance’.

‘This is not the end,’ warned Baig. ‘My family and I will do our best to ensure that he is brought to justice.’

Baig Denmark, 27 years old

Baig Denmark, 27 years old

Bharti Shahani, 22 years old

Bharti Shahani, a senior student at Texas A&M, died of injuries sustained at Astroworld

Bharti Shahani, a senior student at Texas A&M, died of injuries sustained at Astroworld

Shahani, a Texas A&M senior, was critically injured at Astroworld and is on a ventilator at Houston Methodist Hospital, where she was taken after the show.

She was declared brain dead and taken off the ventilator soon after. She was the ninth person to die from an overcrowded crowd.

Her family said this was the first festival Shahani attended.

Her family’s lawyer, James Lassitier, said: ‘Bharti was a shining star in the community.’

‘She’s a sister, a daughter, a high-achieving college student about to graduate from Texas A&M University with stellar grades.’

Ezra Blount, 9

Blount was the tenth – and youngest – person to die of his injuries at the Astroworld Festival.

He was trampled at the concert, placed in a medically induced coma and given life support for a week before fighting off his injuries.

The boy spent the concert sitting on the shoulders of his father, Treston Blount.

Treston passed out from lack of oxygen and when we regained consciousness, his son’s location could not be located.

By the time the father-son pair was reunited, Blount had suffered brain swelling as well as ‘trauma to nearly all organs.’

Ezra Blount (right) and his father, Treston Blount (left), pictured at Astroworld

Ezra Blount (right) and his father, Treston Blount (left), pictured at Astroworld

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