FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – On Saturday evening, the warmth was no match for North Texans who simply needed some normalcy.
Round 10,000 folks had been anticipated to assemble on the Panther Island Pavilion in Fort Price for the DJ TIËSTO live performance.
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It’s the venues first out of doors live performance for the reason that pandemic started.
John Hamilton, an operations supervisor for MedStar, was on website to verify after a yr off, of us hadn’t forgotten methods to deal with themselves at concert events in excessive warmth.
“With that type of crowd, with this being one of many hottest days of the yr to this point, that’s what we have now to be careful for,” mentioned Hamilton.
MedStar had 12 paramedics on website to verify followers stayed protected and hydrated. Additionally they had two transport vehicles, however had been ready to name in additional.
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“My expertise with a majority of these occasions is that they get loud and loopy, folks to get dehydrated and sadly transport a number of folks to the hospital,” Hamilton mentioned.
He says it’s the temperature, but additionally the humidity that makes it that a lot tougher to catch your breath.
“These elements are going to compound that each one collectively,” Hamilton mentioned.
However regardless of the warmth, DJ TIËSTO followers mentioned the live performance is a method for them to maneuver previous COVID-19 and benefit from the issues they took as a right final summer season.
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“We don’t should go to the live performance with our masks on, We don’t have a masks on, they aren’t taking our temperatures anymore. I really feel like life is regular,” mentioned fan Eric Johnson.