Police to investigate the uncertain death of a man during a SLIPKNOT concert in Tinley Park, Illinois on Sunday that is 11th August.
In a statement from the department, it had been stated that there wasn’t any indication of Foul Play. Witness has been saying Richard Valadez often joined some of mosh pits that had performed in the lawn section of the “Knotfet Roadshow.”
After an hour of spending in the concert, Valadez fell out of the pit into the grass, and people tried to help him out, but he had a seizure disorder after which witness called for help. Until the emergency personnel could reach the spot to help him out, two men performed CPR on Valadez.
There was a good gathering of people, and due to several witnesses description, a whole of the mess had created, and the response from the medical personnel too was delayed due to such a mess.
After which Richard Valadez was pronounced dead at the St. James Olympia Fields Hospital on Sunday near about 11:34 p.m.
Son’s of Valadez Richard Valadez, Jr. and Andrew Valadez said they had told that their father might have died as a result of a heart attack. And Valadez son’s are wondering that their father can be saved from this is medical treatment was given him on time without any delay.
This was the second time in just less than a month that SLIPKNOT concert has allegedly become violent and some severe tragedy have taken place. As in late July frontman, Corey Taylor was reportedly forced to stop his band during the show after fans were being trampled and suffered seizures under the mosh pit.