Many have asked about last night’s tragedy in Israel. Our team put together a quick blog to give some context. There are many factors involved.
:: First and foremost is the mourning of the victims and praying for the survivors.
:: But why were 100,000 people in an area reserved for 10,000?
:: And children!
:: Why were people jumping up and down on clearly not up-to-standard bleachers for hours on end?
This was not only a catastrophic, it was predictable and preventative.

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