Astroworld Festival victim, Dishon Isaac (C), speaks during a press conference
Who Are The 10 Astroworld Victims Of Travis Scott's Deadly Concert Tragedy? Photo by Cécile Clocheret/AFP via Getty Images

The 9-year-old boy who was trampled on during the Astroworld music festival on Nov. 5, in Houston succumbed to his injuries and died Sunday. Ezra Blount had been placed in a medically induced coma after suffering from severe injuries when he was trampled on by a crowd surge that had caused his father to lose consciousness while he had him propped on his shoulders.

According to Aljazeera, the boy is the 10th and youngest person to die after the stampede at the festival. The other victims who lost their lives in the concert were in the age group of 14 to 27 years. About 300 people were hurt and treated at the festival grounds and 13 were sent to the hospital.

Other tragic stories of victims who have lost their lives have surfaced as the families they have left behind recall their last minutes before succumbing to injuries brought on by the massive crowd surge.

While Houston police are working together with fire department investigators who are in the process of reviewing surveillance footage, many have shared harrowing video clips of the mayhem on their social media. The show’s promoter, Live Nation, has provided investigators with the surveillance video footages as authorities focus on a criminal investigation lining up interviews with Travis Scott and other concert goers to shed light on what had caused the crowd crush.

Questions continue to linger on how Scott managed to continue performing despite evident crowd problems. Lawyers representing Scott have reiterated that the rapper had no knowledge of the ensuing tragedy in the crowd until the show had come to a close.

Live Nation has confirmed they will help with hospital costs as well as cover for mental health counseling for all who were affected during the event. At the same time, Scott has pledged to shoulder funeral costs of all victims as well as working together with the Houston community for support and healing.

Meanwhile, Ezra Blount’s family has filed a lawsuit against Scott, Scoremore Management, Live Nation Entertainment and Cactus Jack Records. In a statement, lawyers representing the boy’s family said, "The attorneys previously filed a lawsuit, alleging negligence relating to crowd control, failure to provide proper medical attention, hiring, training, supervision, and retention, that contributed to Ezra's death.”

The Blount family is seeking damages amounting to at least $1million.

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"I wanna see some ragers, man. Who wanna rage?" Scott told the crowd minutes before the incident unfolded. Taylor Hill/Getty Images