HOUSTON (NEWSnet/AP) — Nine of 10 wrongful death lawsuits filed after a crowd surge at the 2021 Astroworld music festival have been settled.

Jury selection had been set to begin Tuesday in the wrongful death suit filed the family of Madison Dubiski, a 23-year-old Houston resident who was one of 10 people killed Nov. 5, 2021, during a performance byTravis Scott.

Neal Manne, an attorney for Live Nation, the festival’s promoter and one of those being sued along with Scott, said during a court hearing that only one wrongful death lawsuit is pending and the other nine have been settled, including the one filed by Dubiski’s family.

Noah Wexler, an attorney for Dubiski’s family, confirmed during the hearing that their case “is resolved in its entirety.”

In the days after the trial stay, attorneys for Dubiski’s family settled their lawsuit with all the defendants in the case, including Apple, Scott and Live Nation.

The pending lawsuit was filed by the family of 9-year-old Ezra Blount. Attorneys are set to meet next week to discuss when the lawsuit could be set for trial.

Scott and others named in the lawsuit said what happened could not have been foreseen.

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