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South Korea is mourning the death of more than 150 people crushed to death during an overcrowded Halloween celebration in its capital.

With first responders overwhelmed, ordinary citizens on the scene helped save lives by pulling people out of the crowd, performing CPR, and offering rides to the hospital.

Read this to learn how to avoid a crowd crush in the first place, and how to keep yourself and others safe if you ever find yourself in one.

🗳 Calling all US citizens: Midterm elections are coming up on Tuesday, November 8th. Early voting has started, deadlines to request absentee ballots are looming, and every vote counts. Make a plan, vote, and get at least one other person to vote too.

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Daianna & Robbie

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