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Football Match #Stampede Kills 17, Injures Scores in #Angola
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Some 76 people got trampled, 17 of them to death, as hundreds of fans stormed stadium gates to try and get to a football match in Angola.

People had to walk over one another and got suffocated as the crowd surged, hospital officials said.

The stampede occurred seven minutes into the game between Santa Rita de Cássia and Recreativo de Libolo at the January 4th stadium in the northern Angolan town of Uíge on Friday evening, DeportoAOMinuto reported.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

11-02-2017 | 11:32

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