After DC Pride scare, how to protect yourself in a crowd

ABC News’ Matt Gutman shares tips for staying safe in a stampede after a gun scare at the Washington, D.C. Pride parade sent seven people to the hospital. https://abcn.ws/2I3mjSK

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24 thoughts on “After DC Pride scare, how to protect yourself in a crowd

  1. I had been in crowds before – in nightclubs, and even in protests. I now realize I have to look behind my back – as well as the sides – not just the front – to see if you have a high chance of being trampled or worse.

  2. For we do not wrestle flesh and blood enemies, but against principalities, against unseen rulers, against the spiritual authorities in heavenly places…..

    My friends, let’s stop talking about race and nationality, for we are all one race, the human race.
    We must take the sword of the Spirit and take down the universal spiritual strongholds down.
    May God be with us all.

  3. My family and I went to the Toronto pride parade in 2017. While we were on the train, I came up with a plan on what I should do if there was an attack. I searched up the pride parade the next day, and learned that someone had planned an attack. It's freaked me out for quite a while

  4. How about keeping your private perverted stuff to yourself?? No average person wants to hear about that crap. Heck there are places in the country that if I wear my team's apparel, I could get killed. So as for this "agenda," it should be kept in the closet or ask for trouble. This world is not safe.

  5. This situation is sad and disturbing. No one, gay, trans, straight, or other, should be attacked in this manner. I had to check a few people yesterday for laughing and being dismissive about this. LGBTQ people should be protected at Pride events. If you're going to a Pride event this weekend, by yourself or with friends, have a great time, but also, be careful.

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