Injured fans have been rushed away from the 12,000-capacity Stade de la Licorne stadium in Amiens by ambulance after people plummeted several feet from the stand down onto the pitch level.
Meanwhile, Amiens president Bernard Joanni said he called Lille CEO Marc Ingla to apologize after he appeared to blame the visiting supporters for the incident. Our supporters are impeccable and professional football needs to be better organised.
Somme prefect Philippe De Mester said "their life is not in danger" as he confirmed the injury toll had risen to 25.
"The club of Amiens and all their directors express their solidarity with the injured supporters of Lille and their families, guaranteeing that their health matters to us more than anything", Amiens' statement said.
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