More than 170 killed in Indonesia stadium crush

STORY: As frustrated supporters of the losing home team stormed the pitch in Malang, East Java province late on Saturday (October 1), officials fired tear gas to control the situation, sparking the stampede and cases of asphyxiation in the east, The said Java Police Chief Nico Afinta told reporters.
The head of one of the area's hospitals that treats patients told Metro TV that some of the victims suffered brain injuries and that a five-year-old child was among the fatalities.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has ordered the Indonesian Football Association to suspend all matches in Indonesia's top division pending an investigation.

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