At least seven of the 10 dead Astroworld victims were clustered in the same closed-off small area

Ezra Blount, 9

Ezra Blount, 9

Ezra Blount, of Dallas, Texas, was reportedly a big fan of rapper Travis Scott’s music, and was sitting on his father’s shoulders when the countdown to Scott’s November 5 performance at NRG Park began.

When he arrived at the hospital, his family found that Ezra had suffered serious damage to his brain, kidneys and liver after being “kicked, kicked and trampled and nearly crushed to death,” according to a lawsuit his family has filed against Scott and the organizer. of the event, Live Nation.

Baharti Shahani, 22

Doctors had told Bharti's family her chances of survival were 'nothing', her distraught father previously told ABC13

Doctors had told Bharti’s family her chances of survival were ‘nothing’, her distraught father previously told ABC13

The 22-year-old was a student at Texas A&M, where she had changed her major from chemical engineering to computer science, her father said.

‘It was her first festival, she wanted to have a good time. For the first time in her life she wanted to have fun and it was taken from her,” added her sister Namrata Shahani.

In a press conference Thursday afternoon, Shahani’s distraught family shared the nightmare they lived in while searching hospitals after losing contact with her and eventually finding her in critical condition at Houston Methodist.

Shahani’s family has said that no one contacted them after the Astroworld disaster.

John Hilgert, 14 years old

John Hilgert, 14 years old

John Hilgert, 14 years old

John Hilgert, of Hunters Creek Village, was identified Saturday by Memorial High School officials as one of the fatalities from the concert, where he was a freshman.

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

Henrdix’ mother, Tracy Faulkner, bought her son’s ticket for his birthday and “ends up regretting the decision.”

“Everything about 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’ll never see.”

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

“John was a good student and athlete and so polite. He was the sweetest and smartest young man,” she said.

Brianna Rodriguez, 16 years old

Brianna Rodriguez, 16 years old

Brianna Rodriguez, 16 years old

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

A GoFundMe account set up by her family described her as a “beautiful, vibrant 16-year-old.”

“Dancing was her passion and now she dances her way to the pearly gates of heaven.”

Jacob Jurinek, 20

Jacob Jurinek was attending the concert with his best friend Franco Patino when both were trampled. The couple grew up in the same town of Naperville, Illinois.

A friend named Ana Lissa Marie was distraught at the death of Jurinek, who studied art and media at Southern Illinois University, and had traveled to Houston with Patino to celebrate Jurinek’s birthday.

“I lost all respect for Travis Scott,” she tweeted.

“What happened was absolutely disgusting. RIP to all those who lost their lives. For Jacob Jurinek, you will be missed lad. thanks for all the laughter.

“My condolences go out to all the families who lost their lives.”

Jacob Jurinek, 20
Franco Patino, 21 years old

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

Franco Patino, 21 years old

The University of Dayton confirmed to DailyMail.com that student Franco Patino of Naperville, Illinois, attended Friday’s concert in Houston.

The mechanical engineering major was involved in several extracurricular activities on campus and most recently worked in a co-op program in Mason, Ohio.

University President Eric F Spina expressed his condolences and prayers for Patino’s loved ones and the campus community.

Patino’s fraternity, Alpha Psi Lambda, also extended condolences to his friends and family.

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

“Our condolences to his family, friends, Alpha Nu Chapter and everyone involved in this loss. May his memory be eternal.’

The college senior joined the University of Dayton division of the fraternity last year.

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

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

Axel Acosta, 21

Edgar Acosta held a news conference Monday with Texas attorney Tony Buzbee to announce that he had filed suit over the death of his son Axel Acosta, who had traveled from Washington to attend the festival — his first concert.

Axel Acosta, 21

Axel Acosta, 21

“They have to change things in this kind of event,” he said.

‘Today it was me. I lost my son. It could have been you,” Acosta said.

“If you send your child to have fun, because someone else doesn’t give it the right… I don’t know, I can explain. The right security.

‘Because it isn’t the first time that he is at major 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 who help the injured.

‘It is hard to explain.’

Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Pena, 23

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

He was a medical assistant and criminal justice with aspirations to be a model and dreamed of one day becoming a US Border Patrol agent.

“What happened last weekend is a direct result of what happens when the pursuit of financial gain and fame is more important than protecting the lives of innocents,” Almaraz Law Firm, which represents the Peñas, said in a statement.

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

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

“We pledge to work diligently and responsibly to bring justice to the Peña family and to all those affected, and we will not rest until these voices are heard loud and clear.

“We will speak to responsible parties and fight to ensure that something positive comes out of this unmitigated disaster. Something has to change. Something will change.’

Rodolfo 'Rudy' Pena, 23

Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Pena, 23

Madison Dubiski, 23

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

The former Ole Miss student was snatched in the wave to her brother Ty, who was trying to pull her to safety, and disappeared into the crowd.

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

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

Madison Dubiski, 23

Madison Dubiski, 23

Danish Baig, 27

Basil Mirza Baig took to Facebook on Saturday to announce that his brother, Danish Baig, also died in Astroworld.

“My brother died in this horrific event that was mismanaged and controlled by such horrible people,” Baig wrote.

“People were trampled, walked and stamped. My brother tried to save my sister-in-law from these horrible deeds that were done to her while he lost his life.’

Baig described Danish as a beautiful soul who put everyone for themselves.

“Last night he showed his brave act to save my sister-in-law from the horrible things that were done. I am lost in words and in real trauma from this event,” he added.

“I was there and couldn’t save my brother. People were pushing and pulling and didn’t care about anyone’s life.’

Baig also accused the rapper of causing chaos by “calling people to the stage to jump into the crowd” and “not stopping the show.”

“This isn’t the end,” Baig warned. “My family and I will do everything we can to make sure he is brought to justice.”

Danish Baig, 27

Danish Baig, 27

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