Travis Scott, Live Nation and others. The suit, filed Wednesday in Houston, claims Travis and concert organizers failed to provide a safe environment for those in attendance. Among the security failures listed, according to People, a lack of personnel, barriers and emergency medical staff. $2 billion in damages, another asks for $750 million and represents hundreds of alleged victims -- whether those injuries be mental or physical. Play video content TMZ.com Hilgert was one of 10 to lose his life at the show. The main questions to be answered by investigators, what happened and who is to blame? didn't know the extent of what was happening in the crowd. There was also a clear breakdown in communication among emergency workers, after we obtained video of cops enjoying the show more than 25 minutes after the Houston Fire Chief allegedly called the concert a "Mass Casualty Event." Travis' attorney, Ed McPherson, tells us, "It was reported that the Operations Plan designated that only the festival director and executive producers have authority to stop the show, neither of which is part of Travis's crew. This also runs afoul of HPD's own previous actions when it shut down the power and sound at this very festival when the performance ran over 5 minutes back in 2019." Cet article est traduit automatiquement. N'h\u00e9sitez pas \u00e0 nous signaler s'il y a des erreurs.