I thought I wasn’t going to make it’: Brothers file suit after Astroworld

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Two brothers, Jonathan and Bryan Espinoza, are joined by their attorney Rick Ramos to discuss surviving the deadly crowd surge at Astroworld in Houston. The men tell CNN’s John Berman they hold Travis Scott responsible for the tragedy they experienced forcing them to fight for their lives and are planning to file a lawsuit. #CNN #News

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