When the Badgers beat Michigan 13-10 at Camp Randall Stadium on Oct. 30, 1993, elated UW fans tried to rush the field. But euphoria quickly turned to tragedy when 69 people were injured in a crush of human bodies against metal railings. No one died, but many people were crushed or trampled in the melee. Ten were unconscious when treated at the scene. Here's a look back at coverage from that time.

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