A 23-year-old swiftie died on Friday night of a heart attack caused by the dehydration and the high heat during the recital that the American singer Taylor Swift offered in Rio de Janeirohis first stop on the tour Brazilit was officially reported.
Ana Clara Benevidespsychology student Mato Grosso do SulHE decomposed because of heat after having spent several hours in front of the dividing fences that separate the playing field from the stadium Engenhão Nilton Santosin a day of 39° and a thermal sensation in the neighborhood of meiernorthern area of Riverwhich reached 60°within the framework of a extreme heat wave which is recorded in Brazil.
The minister of Justice, Flavio Dinoannounced this Saturday the opening of a investigation against the company T4fproducer of the event, because The public was prohibited from entering with water bottles to the show despite extreme heat which put 14 states in the country on alert.
Meanwhile, the T4f company confirmed the death in a statement indicating that Benevides was assisted by paramedics and then taken to Salgado Filho Hospitalwhere passed away. Likewise, the singer confirmed the death of a follower on social networks.
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“I can’t believe I’m writing these words, but “With a broken heart I tell you that we lost a fan tonight.”, stated the singer in a handwritten text published on her social networks. In another fragment of the message, Swift he remarked: “I feel overwhelmed by pain” and did not hesitate to show solidarity with the young woman’s environment.
According to the Globo network, More than 1,000 people fainted and had to be treated and before and during the show as a result of the heat and the dehydration.
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