Houston Police Chief retracts previous statement and claims security guard was not injected into neck with drugs at Astroworld Festival (update)

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Last weekend, at a press conference, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner addressed one of the theories that someone was going around injecting drugs into people at the Astroworld Festival. He first announced that there was a security guard who was injected into the neck.

However, on Wednesday, he backed down on his statement, saying he was in contact with the security guard and said the security guard’s story is “inconsistent” about what was originally reported and that he was instead shot in the head. and went away unconscious.

Like previously Reportedly, Finner said at a news conference: “When he was examined, he passed out. The medical staff were administering Narcan. He was resuscitated and the medical staff noticed a sting-like sting that you would get if someone were trying to inject themselves.

Like previously reported, there are eight deaths that have been confirmed and several injured, including a 9-year-old boy who is in a coma and a college student who is reportedly brain dead.

Following the tragedies at the festival, there have been several lawsuits against Travis Scott and Live Nation. Since then, the FBI has also been involved in the investigation. According to CBS News, Finner said it could take weeks or months for the investigation to wrap up.

He said: “There is nothing more important than families. I want all of us – as a city, as a nation – to pray for these families. I can’t imagine what they are going through right now. “

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TSR STAFF: Jade Ashley @ Jade_Ashley94

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