On the 2nd January 1971 66 people died and over 200 were injured as fans were crushed leaving the Glasgow Rangers vs Glasgow Celtic derby.

Celtic had taken the lead in the penultimate minute and fans started to flock out of the ground only for Rangers to equalise a minute later.

The main cause of the deaths was compressive asphyxia.

The story of the tragedy is told here:

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