Emergency services ambulances arrive at the scene where panic ...
Jul 25th, 2010
(AFP) - Emergency services ambulances arrive at the scene where panic broke out during the Love Parade in Duisburg, Germany. The authorities decided not to order an immediate stop to the festival for fear of prompting further panic and chaos at the event, held on a disused railway freight yard in Duisburg, a city of 500,000 just north of Duesseldorf.(AFP/Daniel Roland) -
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