Ezra Blount, a 9-year-old attendee of the Astroworld Fest's Travis Scott concert, has died at The Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston as a result of injuries he sustained during the stampede.

The death toll now stands at 10 with other victims still recovering from injuries. Blount, who was placed in a medically induced coma last week, is the youngest of the victims.

According to a GoFundMe fundraiser started by Treston Blount, Ezra’s father, “we attended Travis Scott’s Astro world fest I had my son on my shoulders awaiting drakes stage appearance I began to be crushed until I couldn’t breathe, I passed out . . . I woke up and my son was gone and due to his severe injuries, which are swelling in the back of brain damage and trauma to nearly all organs, we are certain that he was trampled . . .”

Of the 55,000 people who attended the concert, an initial eight deaths were reported. But 22-year-old college student Bharti Shahani's death on Wednesday and Blount’s on Sunday brings the death toll to 10, with most of the victims ranging in age from 14 to 27.

“I am saddened to learn of Ezra’s death this evening. Our city tonight prays for his mom, dad, grandparents, other family members, and classmates at this time. They will need all of our support in the months and years to come. May God give them strength. RIP Ezra,” Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner tweeted.

Attorney Ben Crump, who has made a name for himself specializing in civil rights and catastrophic personal injury cases, has filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Blount family along with co-counselors Alex and Bob Hillard, and Paul Grinke. His firm released a statement on Twitter in response to Ezra’s death.

The lawsuit cites negligence relating to crowd control, failure to provide proper medical attention and the hiring, training, supervision and retention of staff. The lawsuit, including the Blount family, names Live Nation Entertainment, Scoremore Mgmt., Cactus Jack Records, Travis Scott, Drake and others in connection with this tragedy as defendants.

Travis Scott, 30, had prior lawsuits against him related to large, rowdy crowds at his concerts and was known for riling them up. Scott has already offered to refund concertgoers and pay for any funeral expenses of those who died at Astroworld.