The Federal Bureau of Investigation along with the Houston Police Department are partnering for a website that will allow the public to upload pictures and videos taken during the Astroworld Festival on Nov. 5 of 2021.
Houston police made the announcement Friday, saying the website was created, "to ensure we have captured all possible evidence for a complete investigation."
The police department said it is working with the FBI for additional technical assistance, to review footage from the festival in which 10 people, ages 9 to 27, were killed.
Houston police said they are specifically looking for photos and videos of the main venue area where the deadly surge occurred from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
The website to upload the videos and videos is fbi.gov/astroworld.
Over 300 people were injured during the deadly festival, and eight of the 10 people deceased were pronounced dead the night of the concert.
The youngest victim, 9-year-old Ezra Blount died from his injuries after being trampled at the festival.