The person who filmed this tells us that she started to feel the crowd pouring in at this point and was losing control of her balance, which made them want to get out as soon as possible. It is not known if the ambulance was making its way through the crowds now – or if the witness saw / heard people pass out – but it is plausible that it could have happened here.
Either way, it’s interesting that the person who filmed this was feeling a sense of danger and fear at the time… and filmed an apparently worried Kylie around the same time as well. This suggests that she may have known things were wrong – even though she was not aware people were dying / dead… something she explains in her statement.
There’s also the fact that Kylie filmed the ambulance in her own IG story – a clip she ultimately deleted, while leaving the rest of her footage in place – which again shows … that she was at least aware that people had been seriously injured or ill, and needed immediate help.
Indeed, probably nothing from where she was… as she was away from the stage and had no realistic way of getting hold of Travis STAT as he continued his set. Still, the only thing that remains curious is the Houston PD timeline showing when things were shut down.
Leader, Troy Finner, said event organizers told his team that Travis took the stage at 9:30 p.m. and ended at 10:10 p.m., but people dispute that … claiming it lasted much longer and the danger was also present for much longer than this window.
He also said that maybe the reason things weren’t packed earlier was fear of a riot breaking out among a young crowd… which makes interesting logic. Now Finner has said that they will take a closer look at the timing to pin down a more precise sequence of events – but based on that narrative given to us, this madness has lasted quite a while.