An engineering student from Illinois and a man who was trying to save his fiancée are among the victims of the Astroworld Festival tragedy

A mechanical engineering technology student from Illinois and a man who was trying to save his fiancée are among the eight people who died at the Astroworld Festival in Houston Friday night, hanno detto le autorità.

Seven of the victims have been identified, hanno detto i funzionari, and the families of six victims have been notified. Authorities are asking for help to identify a man in his early 20s.
Here’s what we know about some of the victims.

      Franco Patino, 21

        Patino, a senior at the University of Dayton, was studying mechanical engineering technology and human movement biomechanics, according to a statement from the university.
          He was a member of Alpha Psi Lambda, a Hispanic-interest fraternity, diceva la dichiarazione, and was originally from Naperville, Illinois.

          Danish Baig, 27

          Baig, from Euless, Texas, died trying to save his fiancée, who was getting stomped on and hit in the crowd surge at the concert, his brother Basil Baig told CNN Sunday.
          His family says he was an amazing individual who loved with all his heart.
          People would admire him for who he was,” Basil Baig told CNN.
          His funeral will be held Sunday in Colleyville, Texas, his brother said.
          Basil Baig said his brother’s fiancée survived but is bruised all over her body and is traumatized.

          Unknown victim, early 20s

          Authorities are seeking the public’s help to identify one of the victims.
            The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences released a statement Sunday asking for assistance in identifying a man in his early 20s withshort black or dark brown wavy hair” e “a slight moustache with a noticeable goatee.
            The man was just over 6 piedi alti, pesava circa 500 libbre, and was wearing size-11 Nike sneakers, diceva la dichiarazione.

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