Published: Mon, June 05, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Hundreds of Juventus fans injured in stampede in Turin

Hundreds of Juventus fans injured in stampede in Turin

Around 400 Juventus soccer fans were injured in a major stampede in one of Turin's main squares, where they thousands had gathered to witness the elusive Champions League final against Real Madrid.

She said about five people were being treated for injuries after the vehicle mounted the pavement and hit them. The source of the sound was not known but ANSA said it may have been a firecracker.

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The incident occurred in the city's Piazza San Carlo square on Saturday night, Efe news reported. AP reports say that the entire piazza went in the direction next to the screen to escape. According to Football Italia, at least two of these injuries are serious but there have been no reported deaths yet.

A staircase in the centre of the square, which leads to an underground auto park, also fell causing some people to have a two-metre fall.

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Once the initial confusion turned to relief, fans began to return to watch the rest of the game - which Madrid won 4-1 thanks to a double from Ronaldo as well as goals from Casemiro and Marco Asensio.

Local media cited older Juventus fans present as saying the panic had evoked painful memories of the 1985 Heysel disaster in which 39 mostly Italian fans died when fans were crushed by a collapsing wall before the start of that year's European Cup final, against Liverpool.

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