Kenny Chesney offers condolences to the family of a woman who died during her show at Denver’s Empower Field in Mile High on Saturday (July 30). “I was devastated to learn of someone losing me after our show. There was so much joy, so much heart coming from the people of Denver last night — and it’s heartbreaking to hear that,” the country star said in a statement. said in the statement Denver Post,
“Life is priceless. Sharing music brings us together and the love we share makes us even greater. Words cannot describe the woman who came to share that love. For the loss of her friends and family.” For, I am with him and sad for him.” The newspaper reported that the woman was sitting on the railing of the escalator when she allegedly fell downstairs and died of her injuries at the end of Chesney’s concert.
The woman was not publicly identified at press time and her age was not available and police reported Post That they don’t know how far the victim fell or was taken to a local hospital or died in the stadium. Police are still investigating whether alcohol was the cause of the fall, but they do not believe he was pushed or pushed before the fall.
Police spokesman Nate Magee, citing witnesses’ accounts, said, “I don’t think it was anything like that, it was just an accidental drop, I don’t think anyone pushed him or anything like that.” The Chesneys Here and Now Tour will continue with a show on Saturday (August 6) at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
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