Families, friends struggle to cope after Seoul crush


              This photo provided by Steve Blesi shows his son, Steven Blesi, at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, on Aug. 28, 2022. Blesi was among 26 foreign nationals who died in the Halloween crowd crush that killed 156 people in South Korea’s capital. (Steve Blesi via AP)
            
              This photo provided by Steve Blesi shows his son, Steven Blesi, left, and his mother Maria Blesi at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, on Aug. 28, 2022. Blesi was among 26 foreign nationals who died in the Halloween crowd crush that killed 156 people in South Korea’s capital. (Steve Blesi via AP)
            
              Nathan Taverniti, a 24-year-old Australian survivor of the deadly crowd surge, speaks during an interview in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Oct. 31, 2022. As bereaved families and friends struggle to make sense of a Halloween crowd crush that killed 156 people in South Korea’s capital, their grief is mixed with anger about officials’ failure to employ crowd controls in a small nightlife district jammed with tens of thousands of partiers. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
            
              FILE - Mourners pay tribute for victims of a deadly accident following Saturday night's Halloween festivities at a joint memorial altar for victims at Seoul Plaza in Seoul, South Korea, Nov. 1, 2022. As bereaved families and friends struggle to make sense of a Halloween crowd crush that killed 156 people in South Korea’s capital, their grief is mixed with anger about officials’ failure to employ crowd controls in a small nightlife district jammed with tens of thousands of partiers. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, File)
Families, friends struggle to cope after Seoul crush