A woman carried from Travis Baker’s doomed Astroworld concert by stretcher was dropped on her head by police trying to evacuate victims from the show, while fans implored stagehands to stop the performance as the death toll began mounting.

Video captures the unconscious woman being carried off the stretcher by rescuers.

The video was posted to Twitter and stunned many as the woman crashed onto the concrete.

Meanwhile, another video shows fans begging the stage crew to halt Baker’s performance, screaming: ‘There is somebody dead in there. There is someone dead.’

In the TikTok video that was posted, crew members seemed apathetic to fans and ignore them. The clip shows TikTok’s cameraman still operating his equipment, despite fans asking him for help. 

An unconscious woman, who was injured after the crowd stormed the stage, is seen lying on the ground after she is dropped from a stretcher

A woman who is unconscious after being attacked by crowds is seen on the ground, lying there after she was taken from the stretcher.

She slid off the bed as Houston police were carrying her away from the deadly concert

Houston police took her out of the tragic concert and she fell off the bed.

Shocking video shows a woman imploring a cameraman to stop the show, telling him 'There is somebody dead in there' The crew member dismisses his concerns as he continues filming

This shocking footage shows a woman imploring the cameraman to stop, saying that “There is someone dead in there.” The crew member ignores her concerns and continues filming.

Another fan jumps on stage and screams 'stop the show' as the death toll began mounting during rapper Travis Scott's Astroworld performance in Houston, Texas on Friday

One fan jumps up on stage to shout “stop the Show” as Travis Scott’s Astroworld performance began in Houston Texas.

Rapper Travis Scott was reportedly 'beside himself' after learning eight people died and others were injured during his performance Friday during  the Astroworld festival in Houston, Texas

Rapper Travis Scott was reportedly ‘beside himself’ after learning eight people died and others were injured during his performance Friday during  the Astroworld festival in Houston, Texas

 ‘Stop the show,’ another fan cried.

A viral video on Twitter showed fans asking the rapper for a halt to his performance and shouting “stop the show” as concertgoers were crushed and knocked over by their peers.

Fans were filming the concert, and CPR was being performed by people. The crowd was shouting at us to stop, that people were dying, and they had no control over the crew on stage. Madeline Eskins, an ICU nurse who was a concert goer and a patient at the ICU, said that no one heard her.

“It was certainly overcrowded. This was absolutely insane. I knew it was just way too crowded – it just got worse and worse as I got closer to Travis Scott performing it got more crowded, more crowded, more crowded.’

Also, she said that even though they weren’t to blame for the tragedy the medical staff at the event were unprepared and inexperienced.

Eskins posted on Instagram that “some of these medical personnel had little or no experience in CPR – didn’t know how check a pulse. carotid. or femoral.”

A concertgoer said the emergency crew on hand were not prepared to respond to an emergency of such a magnitude, adding some didn't know how to do CPR or check for a pulse

One concertgoer claimed that the crews on standby were not equipped to handle an emergency such as this, and some weren’t even familiar with CPR.

The tragedy happened after fans rushed the stage during a concert attended by about 50,000 people, authorities said. A 'mass casualty incident' was declared shortly after 9pm

Authorities said that the tragedy occurred after about 50,000 concert-goers rushed to the scene. Soon after 9:15pm, authorities announced that there had been a’major casualty incident.

Madeline Eskins, an ICU nurse who went to Friday's Travis Scott show, shared her perspective after she fainted and ended up backstage

Madeline Eskins was an ICU nurse, who attended Friday’s Travis Scott concert. After fainting, she ended up backstage.

“Compressions were done with no pulse checks so people who have pulses could get CPR. However, there were not enough people around to do compressions on those that are actually pulseless. 

“The medical staff did not have the right tools and even though the crowd tried to stop it, they kept on going. Travis admitted that somebody in the audience needed an ambulance.

After the performance, the rapper could be seen sobbing. Page Six was told by a source that the rapper had no idea what was happening and was performing onstage.

He was so confused, I had never heard anyone like him. The source said that he was crying.

Around 2pm Friday, hundreds of fans stormed the festival's VIP entrance. Seven hours later, the surge in front of the main stage killed eight people

Saturday saw hundreds storm the VIP entrance of festival at 2pm. Eight people were killed in the crowd’s assault on the main stage seven hours later.

Although there was no indication that Scott encouraged fans to rush the stage during Friday night’s show, he has been convicted on two previous occasions for goading concertgoers.

Fan who fell from the balcony of a Scott concert 2017 left paralysed and Rolling Stone attacked him for risking his safety.

Kyle Green is represented by a lawyer. Green is 27 years old and was hurt at Scott’s April 2017 concert at Terminal 5 New York City. Green said that he was heartbroken for the eight families who lost their loved ones at Scott’s Friday night concert.

Green claims he was forced to fall over the edge from a balcony in the venue. He called it’severely packed’. Green broke several vertebrae, bones and was left unable to walk due to his disability.

‘He’s even more incensed by the fact that it could have been avoided had Travis learned his lesson in the past and changed his attitude about inciting people to behave in such a reckless manner,’ attorney Howard Hershenhorn told Rolling Stone.

Scott encouraged another audience member to leap from the balcony during the performance.

“I see that you are interested, but how do you plan to accomplish it?” Scot asked. They’ll catch you. Do not be afraid Don’t be scared!’

Kyle Green, 27, was left partially paralyzed at a Travis Scott show after Scott encouraged another fan to jump off a balcony. He says Friday's deaths could have been avoided 'had Travis learned his lesson'

Kyle Green, 27, was left partially paralyzed at a Travis Scott show after Scott encouraged another fan to jump off a balcony. Travis Scott could have prevented Friday’s tragic deaths, Green says.

Travis Scott fans rush Arkansas stage in 2017

Travis Scott fans rush Arkansas stage in 2017

ARKANSAS 2017, Scott encouraged his fans to rush onto the stage, despite security at a show that took place in Arkansas May 2017. He was convicted of disorderly conduct in the following year.

Travis Scott show at Terminal 5 in NYC

Travis Scott show at Terminal 5 in NYC

NYC 2017, Green was partially paralyzed from the fractures of several vertebrae that Green suffered when he fell on the ground while trying to evade rowdy New Yorkers who rushed Terminal 5’s balcony in May 2017. Scott called one fan to jump. The incident is captured on video. One concertgoer heard Scott saying “I don’t wanna be dead in here.”

One fan is heard saying “I don’t want to die here” in video.

Green sued Scott’s manager Bowery Presents concert promoter and security company, six months after the incident. He was still in a wheelchair. The case is still pending.

Kylie Jenner, 29, a Kylie Jenner girlfriend, pleaded guilty in August 2015 to reckless conduct, a misdemeanor, after his fans leapt over security barriers at Chicago’s Lollapalooza festival.

Scott was convicted of another misdemeanor in February 2018. This one is for disorderly conduct. He had encouraged his supporters to rush to the stage to bypass security during a May 2017 concert held at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion.

Scott paid a $7,465 fine after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct for encouraging fans to rush the stage at a May 2017 concert in Arkansas

Scott, who pleaded guilty in May 2017 to misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges for encouraging supporters to rush onto the stage of a Arkansas concert, was sentenced to $7.465.

Scott’s Astroworld festival killed concertgoers between 14 and 27 years old.

The brother of one victim slammed the poor management and use of ‘horrible people’ to run an event.

Danish Baig (27 years old) was among those who were killed in the surge that occurred at the concert. Franco Patino (21) from the University of Dayton, a 21-year old senior, died during day 1 of Astroworld festival at NRG Park Houston, Texas.

John Hilgert was 14, the youngest victim in the tragic crush that claimed eight lives at the Astroworld Festival in Houston on Friday night.

Brianna Rodriguez, 16, was a dancer and junior in high school

Rodolfo 'Rudy' Pena, 23, was an aspiring model and dreamed of one day being a US Border Patrol agent. He died of cardiac arrest

Brianna Rodriguez, 16, (left) was a dancer and junior in high school. Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Pena, 23,(right)  was an aspiring model and dreamed of one day being a US Border Patrol agent. His death was caused by cardiac arrest.

Although he completed his 75-minute performance, at one point Scott was filmed calling for help. In another video he stood on a platform with his microphone while chaos unfolded beneath him

Scott finished his 75-minute show, but at one point he was recorded calling for help. Another video shows him standing on a platform while chaos unfolded below.

Basil Baig, Baig’s brother confirmed that Baig died trying to rescue a family member during the concert stampede.

Basil posted on Facebook, “My brother died in the horrible Astroworld event that was poorly managed and supervised by so many terrible people.”

He was kind enough to praise his brother’s courage, and called him a “beautiful person.”

Others whose deaths have been confirmed to various news outlets are 14-year-old John Hilgert, 16-year-old Brianna Rodriguez and Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Peña, 23.

Basil wrote, “My brother attempted to save my sister in laws from these horrible acts which were being done in the course of his death,”

“My brother Danish Baig [is]A beautiful spirit who is able to see the beauty in others[e]His smile was infectious and brightened up everyone’s day. He saved my sister-in-law from the horrible things being done last night by showing his courage.

“I was there, but I couldn’t save my brother.”

Brianna (right), pictured with her mother, was killed at the event

Brianna (right), shown with her mom, was shot at the event. 

Basil said that people would ‘hitting’, ‘pushing’ or’shoving’ others and didn’t really care about their own lives.

He claimed that Stormi, the baby daddy of Kylie Jenner and superstar rapper Stormi, ‘provoked’ these people to do exactly that [stampede]He called the people up to the stage and asked them to join the audience. This did not interrupt the show.

Basil said that this wasn’t the end for my family, and that I would go to any length to ensure he was brought to justice.

Franco Patino (21-year-old student at University of Dayton) also passed away during the event.

According to WGN9, Patino was an avid fan of the rapper. He traveled from Southern Ohio to Houston with his best friend in order to celebrate the birthday of his friend.

21-year-old Patino was a student at the University of Dayton in southern Ohio, where he studied engineering

Patino is 21 years old and was studying engineering at University of Dayton, Ohio. 

Senior in college was studying engineering. He was also a member of Alpha Psi Lambda and Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers.

Patino, a student from the Society’s Special Interest House, was a member of it. He created it with Andy Prieto.

Patino stated that Andy and his wife worked tirelessly to realize this dream because they believed it was necessary to provide a place for Hispanics in the institution.

Security officers are seen during the music festival in an image posted to social media

A photo posted on social media shows security personnel at work during the music festival.

Further events at the Astroworld music festival were cancelled following the tragic incident

Following the tragedy, additional events were cancelled from the Astroworld Music Festival

John Hilgret was 14, from Hunters Creek Village. He was the youngest victim of the concert. Officials at Memorial High School confirmed his death on Saturday, when he was still a freshman student.

Hilgret was accompanied by Robby Hendrix (15), at Friday’s concert.

Tracy Faulkner (Hendrix’s mother) bought the ticket for her son as a birthday gift and now regrets it.

Faulkner said to Houston Chronicle, “Everything that happened on that night was a tragedy.” “They were at the same location at the same times, and one went home while the other will be with us forever.”

According to her, Hilgret was a friend of Hendrix for many years. They played together football.

Pena died of cardiac arrest after being injured at the show

Pena, who was injured during the show, suffered from cardiac arrest. 


John was polite, a great student, an athlete, and a very good friend. She shared that he was the smartest, sweetest young man she knew.

Families identified the deaths of two others at this tragic incident.

Brianna Rodriguez, 16, People confirmed, and Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Peña, 23, confirmed by the Laredo Morning Times, were among the eight.

On Saturday, the family of 16-year-old Brianna Rodriguez confirmed that she was one of the eight victims who died

Brianna Rodriguez, 16, confirmed Saturday that she was among the eight victims.

Rodriguez was an accomplished dancer, and she graduated from high school as a junior.

On Facebook, she wrote, “Gone from our websites, but not from our hearts,” to her family.

The GoFundMe was set up by her family to pay for funeral expenses. The GoFundMe has already raised $8,910 of the $30,000 it set out to raise.

According to USA Today, Pena had aspirations of being a model.

Pena, along with five of his friends drove from Laredo to Houston to see the show. He died in cardiac arrest.

Scott shared a message on his Instagram on Saturday, where he told fans he was 'devastated' and was 'working closely with authorities'

Scott wrote a post on Instagram Saturday in which he stated that he was devastated and is ‘working closely to authorities’ 

Pena’s sister said to the Laredo Morning News: “My brother was sweet, kind, and outgoing. He had many friends, because he was always there. Travis was his favorite artist and Pena loved Travis.

About 50,000 people were present at the Astroworld Festival held at NRG Park Friday. Witnesses claim chaos broke out as Scott began to perform.

At 9:15 pm, the surge occurred and the “mass casualty event” was announced. A little over an hour later at 10:10 pm, Live Nation, the concert producer, stopped the show.

The Houston Chronicle reports that Friday’s fatal incident wasn’t the first occasion Live Nation Worldwide’s concert producer, and Live Nation Entertainment have been subject to OSHA safety violations and antitrust violations.

An ambulance is seen in the crowd during Scott's performance

During Scott’s show, you can see an ambulance in the crowd  


According to Billboard, the live entertainment company, which produces 40,000 shows per annum, has been charged with 16 violations. It has also paid over $83million in fines.

Scott posted a statement on Saturday about the events on Instagram. He stated that he was “devastated” and is cooperating with authorities.

Scott, 29 years old, said Saturday on Instagram that his fans truly mean the world and that he wants to give them a great experience.

“Whenever I am able to see the situation, I will stop it and help the person in need. The severity of this situation was something I couldn’t imagine.

Houston’s music festival witnessed a raucous crowd surge toward Scott’s performance. It knocked other concertgoers off the stage and squeezed them so tight that they couldn’t breathe or move their arms.

“To all the lost ones, we are working now to identify their families, so that we can assist them during this trying time,” the rapper stated.

‘I’m honestly just devastated… I could never imagine anything like this just happening.’

Scott stated that he was working with the local authorities to investigate the crowd surge. He also encouraged any person with information regarding the incident.

He assured his followers that he would keep them updated about the investigation, and he said to them: “Everyone just keep your prayers.”