At least seven of the 10 concertgoers who died in a crushing crowd surge at Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival earlier this month were standing in a the same small area, according to an investigation by The Washington Post. .
The section was a viewing area in the venue's south quadrant, The Post found, where several witnesses said people began collapsing as pressure surged in the crowd. .
Concertgoers began crowding around the main stage hours before the rapper was set to begin performing, The Post found, and when a separate performance ended at a nearby stage, an influx of people coming to the main stage increased pressure in the enclosed south quadrant area. .
The seven victims who The Post confirmed died in the south quadrant were Madison Dubiski, Axel Acosta, Ezra Blount, Jacob Jurinek, Franco Patino, Danish Baig, and Rodolfo Angel Peña