By Joseph Pauletto
Boston University News Service
Following last week’s Halloween crowd surge tragedy in Seoul, Korea, which led to 154 deaths, many people are reconsidering the safety of large public events.
Nathan Taverniti, who survived the disaster, told the Associated Press that the death toll is a result of a lack of management and preparation on behalf of the Korean government, especially considering similar tragedies that have happened in the past. WTBU Reporter Joseph Pauletto has more.