Twenty died in a fire at a nightclub in Bucharest

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The Romanian club caught fire accidentally during a concert, causing a stampede of spectators. Nearly a hundred people are injured.

More than twenty people died Friday night in Bucharest, Romania, after the explosion of a nightclub. Nearly a hundred more are injured, according to statements from the Ministry of Interior. The balance sheet should increase.

According to first reports, the explosion would be accidental. The Club hosted colectiv indeed in the evening a concert Goodbye To Gravity, Romanian metal band. “The concert will have a play of light and pyrotechnic effects,” the Club COLECTIF on the Facebook page of the event, in which more than 500 people had registered.

“About 30 minutes after the start of the concert, one of the pillars in front of the stage caught fire. It was covered with a kind of tissue. The fire quickly reached the ceiling and it burst into flames. Everyone rushed out, people were trampled, “said one witness after the site Adevarul.

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis, released in the evening message on Facebook. “I am shocked and deeply saddened by this tragic event. I would like to express my compassion and solidarity with the families of those affected by this tragedy. ”

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