Azteca Junior soccer fans stampede into the stands after a stampede

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MEXICO CITY — The fans of a competing team have stampeded into the stands of a soccer match in Mexico amid a deadly stampede that left at least 32 people dead and more than 160 injured, according to local media reports.

The incident unfolded Tuesday night at La Merced in the Mexican state of Chiapas, with fans of the Azteca Junior team trying to leave when panic set in when a stampede broke out.

The tragedy unfolded after fans of the visiting Azteca Junior soccer team decided to go to the playing field to celebrate the end of a friendly match between the sides and got off a bus filled with players and fans, according to reports.

“When the bus broke through the wall, some people who were in the front climbed over the wall and jumped ahead to try to leave,” said Gerardo Escobar, a former soccer player and journalist in the state.

An Associated Press reporter who was present in the stadium that night told Breitbart News that he saw fans trying to get out of the stadium and some of them trying to climb over the stadium wall but being met with resistance from Azteca Junior players.

Escobar added that the incident was more than likely a result of the Azteca Junior players reacting to the fan chaos.

“Those who died were probably not from the Azteca Junior team,” Escobar said. “Because from what I’ve heard the Azteca Junior team does not have many people in it and was more to protect the children and fans.”

Escobar added that the player who killed himself appeared to have “drowned himself in a pool of water.”

The Azteca Junior soccer team, which has been playing in Mexico since the 2014 World Cup, has its supporters group called Chivas Unidos. According to Escobar, the

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