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17 July 2017, 12:51 | Justin Tyler
The Senegalese Government has suspended all sports and cultural events until elections at the end of the month
Police fired tear gas at clashing supporters from both teams who were throwing objects, and panic spread in the stadium leading to a collapse of the wall.
This resulted in a section of a wall falling, killing eight and injuring up to 60 more - who have subsequently been taken to receive medical treatment. Some fans threw projectiles, including stones, Agence de Presse Senegalaise reported.
The violence began after an extra-time goal by Mbour following a 1-1 draw during 90 minutes.
A young girl is among the victims, said the minister of Sport, Matar Ba, the AFP.
Ambulances and fire trucks were dispatched to attend to the victims, while police used tear gas to disperse the large crowd.
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