US News Indonesian authorities correct the dead number according to mass panic to 125

15:10  03 october  2022
15:10  03 october  2022 Source:   de.reuters.com

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Malang (Reuters) - According to the mass panic, the authorities revised the number of dead to 125 on Sunday.

Spieler und Mitarbeiter des Arema FC beten vor dem Kanjuruhan-Stadion, als sie den Opfern der Ausschreitungen und der Massenpanik nach dem Fußballspiel zwischen Arema und Persebaya ihr Beileid aussprechen, Malang, Provinz Ostjava, Indonesien © Reuters/Willy Kurniawan players and employees of the Arema FC pray in front of the Kanjuruhan Stadium when they express their condolences to the victims of the riots and mass panic after the football game between Arema and Persebaya, Malang, Province of Ostjava, Indonesia

of the Vice Governor of Ostjava, Emil Dardak, said that the earlier number of 174 may have included double -counted victims. 180 injuries were still assumed. According to the police, visitors had been overrun on Saturday in the course of riots. The misfortune is one of the hardest in worldwide football.

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