stampede


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stampede

any sudden large-scale movement or other action, such as a rush of people to support a candidate
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He stood a while longer, gazing out over the lonely flat and visioning with constructive imagination the scene if the stampede did come.
Algiers, Aug.23 (BNA): Algerian Prime Minister Prime Minister Noureddine Bedoui ordered an inquiry into the victims of the stampede which happened last night in Algiers.
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At least 15 people were killed and 75 wounded in a stampede at a stadium after a military parade in Madagascar's capital on Wednesday to mark the country's independence day, authorities said.
ROME: At least six people, most of them teenagers, were crushed to death in the early hours of Saturday in a stampede at a nightclub where a concert was being held, officials said.
SAHIWAL -- Thirty-six people got injured in a stampede late on Sunday at Baba Farid shrine in Pakpattan.
Summary: Caracas [Venezuela], June 17 (ANI): As many as 17 people, including eight minors, have been killed in a stampede in a nightclub in the Venezuelan capital Caracas, confirmed the officials.
DHAKA -- At least nine people were killed on Monday in a stampede in Bangladesh's Chattagram district, 242 km southeast of capital Dhaka.
by PTI A view of the Elphinstone railway station's foot over bridge where a stampede took place, in Mumbai on September 30, 2017.