A woman who was crushed and injured outside a London concert has died, police said on Saturday.
Rebecca Ikmero, 33, from London, was one of them.After being caught up in mayhem outside the O2 Brixton Academy where Nigerian singer Asake was scheduled to perform on Thursday night.
Police said she died Saturday morning. Her two other women, aged 21 and she is 23, are still in critical condition.
Asaaki said he was “overwhelmed with grief” at Ikumero’s death.
“My heartfelt condolences to her loved ones at this time. Please continue to pray for her family. I have spoken to them and will continue to do so,” he wrote on Instagram. .
Police said emergency services were called after “a large number of people tried to enter without tickets” and they found.
People with photos or videos of the scene were encouraged to submit them to help with the police investigation.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said he was “heartbroken” by Ikmero’s death.
“Rebecca has had a lifetime ahead of her. On behalf of all Londoners, I would like to offer my condolences to her family, friends and loved ones during this very difficult time.
“My thoughts are with everyone affected by this horrific event. It is important that the investigation into what happened is completed as soon as possible.”
The Brixton Academy in south London is one of the city’s most famous music venues. Built in the 1920s as a cinema, it has a capacity of just under 5,000 he.
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