The heat at the Taylor Swift concert killed a fan. 60 thousand people crowded in Rio

The heat at the Taylor Swift concert killed a fan. 60 thousand people crowded in Rio
The heat at the Taylor Swift concert killed a fan. 60 thousand people crowded in Rio
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The organizer of the event, which was attended by approximately 60,000 fans, stated on his Instagram that the 20-year-old fan Ana Clara Benevides was treated on the spot by medical personnel and was then transported by rescuers to Salgado Filho Hospital. At five, the nurse then died.

On the day of the event, the highest value of the so-called heat index was historically recorded in Rio, namely 59.3 degrees Celsius. High temperatures were immovable very dangerous.

Brazilian Minister of Justice Flavio Dino on Saturday called for investigations into the problem of lack of drinking water for concertgoers.

The Consumer Protection Code requires a safe service. It is unacceptable that people suffer, faint and even die because of the inability to get water, X wrote on his social media.

Exhausted as a result of excessive heat, which manifests itself in nausea, headaches, dizziness and fatigue, I usually don’t go out if the person manages to cool down within 30 minutes.

Far more dangerous is a burn when the body’s core temperature exceeds 105 degrees Fahrenheit (40.6 degrees Celsius). It can lead to long-term organ damage and, in the worst cases, to death.

Suddenly, condolences went out to the surviving families and pets. I won’t be able to talk about it from the stage, because when I dream about it, I feel sad, she wrote on Instagram. This is the last thing I ever thought would happen.

Swift stated that the female fan was allowed to go before the concert itself. The woman was grounded, but told the local media that the incident happened during the concert.

The article is in Czech

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