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South Korea stampede: What we know so far about the crowd crush that left dozens dead

Sky News Saturday, 29 October 2022
South Korea stampede: What we know so far about the crowd crush that left dozens deadDozens of mostly young people have been left dead in a crowd crush at Halloween festivities in South Korea's capital city of Seoul - with more than 1,700 emergency workers deployed to the scene.
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