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90 people injured in concert rampaging in Almaty

02 september 2013, 12:51
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Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Prime Plaza mall after clashes. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
The total of 90 people applied for medical aide after the mass disorders near Prime Plaza mall in Almaty, Tengrinews.kz reports citing the press-service of Almaty Healthcare Department.

According to the authority, 8 people got severe injuries: 5 civilians were delivered to the Emergency Hospital, 2 police officers were taken to City Hospital No.7 and 1 fire-fighter was brought to the Interregional Oblast Hospital.

According to the press-service, four ambulance cars were damaged during the incidents. “The mob was throwing rocks at the ambulances. Their doors and bodies were dented and and headlamps broken,” the press-service reported noting that none of the medics were injured.

According to deputy head of the Surgery Department of City Hospital No.7 Almat Chormanov, 10 out of 26 people who applied to the hospital for medial aid were police officers. “Three police officers are still at the hospital. There is no threat to their lives. The patients had different injuries: brain injuries, concussions and bruises,” the doctor said.

Late on August 31 around 2000 people gathered near Prime Plaza mall for a concert of a famous Kazakh pop singer Kairat Nurtas. The concert did not start on time and then the singer left the stage without even finishing the first song. The disappointed crowd started breaking through the fencing then raged at the parking lot and the ground floor of the mall shattering windows and crashing the equipment. The mob was using stones and glass bottles.

The damage to the concert equipment alone is estimated at more than 150 thousand dollars.

The crowd was dispersed, the police got the situation under control and fully stopped the raging by 11:00 p.m.


By Roza Yessenkulova

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