More than a dozen fans killed in stampede at Angolan football match


    No less than 17 individuals have kicked the bucket in a rush at an Angolan football coordinate when several supporters raged the stadium entryways, a therapeutic authority said.2

    The pack in the northern city of Uíge pushed against hindrances in the wake of neglecting to pick up passage before the begin of the match, state news organization Angop said. Many fell and were trampled, it included.

    Ernesto Luis, executive general of the neighborhood clinic, disclosed to Reuters individuals had choked in the pound.

    “A few people needed to stroll on top of other individuals,” he said. “There were 76 setbacks, of whom 17 kicked the bucket.” Five of the harmed were in a genuine condition.

    Witnesses said the group attempting to obtain entrance would have taken the stadium past its 8,000 limit.

    “When we needed to go in, we found a hindrance,” said 37-year-old fan João Silva, who endured a broken foot. “The principal line of individuals tumbled down … I was in the third layer [of people].”

    Domingos Vika, 35, who broke a hand, included: “When they gave the open door for everybody to come in, we were altogether stuffed at the entryway as of now.”

    The match between Santa Rita de Cássia and Libolo was a piece of Angola’s first division title.

    Police and football authorities were not instantly accessible for input.