A stampede at a hill-top temple in western India killed more than
147 people and wounded 55 others who had gathered to celebrate the
start of a religious holiday on Tuesday, police said.
Victims of the stampede near an Indian Hindu temple are carried away from the scene.More than 25,000 devotees were trying to reach the 15th-century temple through a steep and narrow pathway when the stampede occurred around dawn Tuesday, officials said. The Chamunda Devi temple is located inside a fort atop a hill in Jodhpur, the second-largest city and a popular tourist destination in the Indian state of Rajasthan.
India temple stampede kills 147