Justin Bieber Chaos in Norway to Be Investigated

Earlier this afternoon, Bieber wrote to his Twitter fans saying, “I dont want anyone getting hurt. I want everything to go to plan but your safety must come first,” when he announced the free concert. But the last minute changes and teenagers led to a frightening chaos and a lot of injuries. Police worked for hours to gain control of the crowds that flocked to the Opera roof. Also, the city traffic was blocked by the uncontrollable teenage groups. 

During the rush, several young audience fainted and had to have treatment for low blood sugar and dehydration or cuts. Overall, 88 people had to receive medical care, reported Christin Ødegård, operational manager at Akershus Red Cross to

Oslo city council leader Stian Berger Røsland said to VG that he has made contact with emergency authorities to find out what went wrong and why it happened. Berger also noted that he was terrified children and young people would end up in more serious situations, pass out from lack of water or fall into the sea from the roof of the opera building.

Also Oslo Mayor Fabian Stang is critical to the organizer of Justin Bieber’s visit. Stang was cycling down on the Parliament Street earlier in the day, when he suddenly found himself among hundreds of Bieber fans.

– There was suddenly a huge bunch of girls running. I was scared and had to hide behind a tree to avoid being trampled. I was very scared, says Stang to VG.

– I was very worried about the young girls. It’s not the girls’ sake, but the organizer’s responsibility, says Stang.

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