Your contribution will enable us to support victims and families of this tragic concert event. We are very grateful for your generosity.
Support for the victims and their families during this tragic event. Our hearts are broken for the 8 people died 13 hospitalized, and over 300 injured at Astroworld Festival at NRG Park during Travis Scott's Concert. There where 50,000 people in the crowd and as the event went on people started pushing others to get closer to the stage to see Travis Scott. Some people passed out and was stomped on and died. People stated someone in the crowd was injecting people with an unknown substance and this may have caused the cardiac arrest for several concert goers. The medical personnel stationed at the event were quickly overwhelmed. Multiple law enforcement agencies responded to the scene to assist. Paramedics transported at least 25 people to the hospital, one as young as 10 years old. Eleven of those transported were in cardiac arrest. As of Saturday, 13 remain hospitalized, including five under the age of 18. A 10-year-old transported from the scene remains hospitalized in critical condition as of Saturday afternoon. Those killed in the crowd surge ranged in age from 14 to 27 (one age 14, one age 16, two age 21, two age 23, one age 27 and another of undetermined age). Your donation will help the families that lost love ones with funeral cost and injured victims with medical bills.
We will be distributing fresh produce, meat, and non-perishables throughout Houston, Texas with our network of partners. We will be meeting the needs of families across Texas and helping them find the strength to move forward during the pandemic. Due to food shortages and businesses closing, more people may need food assistance.
Vanessa Guillén was a 20-year-old U.S. Army soldier who authorities believe was murdered on April 22, 2020, inside a Fort Hood, Texas, armory by another enlisted soldier, Aaron David Robinson, age 20. Guillén had been missing since April 22 when some of her dismembered remains were found buried along the Leon River on June 30.
Upon hearing about the discovery of the Guillén’s remains, Robinson fled Fort Hood, and fatally shot himself when law enforcement attempted to apprehend him in Killeen, Texas, shortly after midnight. A local woman, whom authorities said was Robinson's girlfriend, was taken into custody and is alleged to have assisted Robinson in disposing of Guillén's body.
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