South Korea in Shock, Grief as 153 Die in Halloween Crowd Surge
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Koreans mourned and searched for relatives lost in the "hell-like" chaos that killed more than 150 people, mostly in their 20s and 30s, when a huge Halloween party crowd surged into a narrow alley in a nightlife district in Seoul.
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It remained unclear what led the crowd to surge into the downhill alley in the Itaewon area on Saturday night.
Witnesses said people fell on each other "like dominoes."
One witness said she performed CPR on 10 people who were unconscious, mostly women wearing witch outfits and other Halloween costumes.
Nine of them were declared dead on the spot.
Nearly two-thirds of the 153 people killed were women.
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