Another woman dies from singer Asake’s London concert disaster. After being hurt in a collision outside of Nigerian afrobeat musician Ahmed Ololade, often known as Asakeconcert ,’s in London on Thursday, another woman was declared dead.
Days have passed since the stampede that tragically terminated Asake’s performance claimed its first life.
A third victim, age 21, is still being treated in the hospital and is in critical condition.
The dead, 23-year-old Gabrielle Hutchinson, who worked as a contractor for the event’s security team, perished in the early hours of Monday, according to the police in the British capital.
Chief Superintendent Colin Wingrove, who is in charge of the inquiry and has confirmed Gabrielle’s death, called it “devastating news” in a letter to Gabrielle’s family expressing his sympathies.
All three ladies were reportedly in the south London building’s lobby when the rush seriously wounded them.
To determine what led the crowd to swell and to determine whether any crimes had been committed, Scotland Yard officers have been poring over security camera and cell phone video.
Recall that following the first death on Saturday, Asake claimed he was “devastated” and “overwhelmed with sorrow” in a public message on Instagram.
After several fans who did not have tickets tried to gain entry to the arena during the singer’s Thursday sold-out concert at the O2 Academy Brixton, the singer was forced to halt the show.