What horrified me, among other things, is the reports that people ignored those who were in distress - not in a rush to leave the area, but to get closer to the stage. The walked on and over people, looked at and heard people asking for help and did nothing. Scary. Bless those who did help however they could and also those who crowd surfed the injured out.
I remember the Who concert in Cincinnati where 11 people died in the crush to get in - and that sparked the end of festival seating, thank God.
It's a disgrace we had a sort of replay of that event and more young people are dead.
Travis has been in trouble before for inciting the crowd to come to the front - and calling for chaos. There's a reason it's illegal to yell fire in a crowded theater. There is a lot of blame to be shared between the park, the promoters etc. But something needs to change.
The use of drones to spot trouble would be a wise move, among other things.