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December 5th, 2011
09:03 AM ET

How can colleges control rowdy crowds at sports games? Crowd saftey expert weighs in

It was scary scene at Oklahoma State University on Saturday. After the game, hundreds of fans stormed the field to celebrate Oklahoma State's defeat of their football rival Oklahoma University. At least ten people were injured after getting trampled in the rush and school officials say that there was little anyone could do to control the crowds.

Today on American Morning, Alina Cho speaks with Paul Wertheimer, president of Crowd Management Strategies, to discuss what went wrong at this game and what Oklahoma State should have done differently.


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