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So sad

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Barrie Report 3 Aug 2008 18:52

CHANDIGARH, India - At least 145 people, mostly women and children, were crushed to death under the feet of thousands of pilgrims in a stampede at a temple in northern India on Sunday, police said.

"We have confirmation now that 145 people have been killed," Daljit Singh Manhas, a senior police officer told Reuters by telephone.

Chanting and singing hymns, Hindu worshippers were snaking up a 2.5-mile trail, leading to a hill-top temple in Himachal Pradesh state, when part of iron railings on one side of the road broke, causing the stampede.


Helen in Kent

Helen in Kent Report 3 Aug 2008 18:54

Poor things.


KempinaPartyhat Report 3 Aug 2008 18:56

And all in the name of religion ...........


AnnCardiff Report 3 Aug 2008 19:20


Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond Report 4 Aug 2008 02:58

As usual the Police seemed to react wrongly and wouldn't let people through to move out of the way.
Awful that in the name of religion, lives are lost.
May they all rest in peace, women and children mainly, the news said.