The Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) has announced that it will take all measures to protect spectators at baseball stadiums amid a spate of recent attacks with weapons targeting unspecified people.”The KBO and each team will continue to strive to ensure the safety of spectators at upcoming games, including strengthening security checks using metal detectors at stadium entrances, deploying additional safety personnel, and strengthening cooperation with relevant organizations,” the KBO Secretariat said on Friday.Ahead of the game between the Samsung Lions and the LG Twins at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu, South Korea, police launched an investigation after a post warning of a weapons rampage was posted on the “Cheer Up” section of the KBO’s official application.Safety personnel, including riot police, commandos, local police, and detectives from the Daegu Metropolitan Police Department and Daegu Suseong Police Station, were deployed 바카라사이트 to the stadium and its surroundings to enhance spectator safety management.The KBO sent a letter to each team on the previous day, April 4, requesting thorough preparation for violent crimes and overall stadium safety management.As a crime warning was posted in Daegu ahead of the game, measures for spectator safety were strengthened, and the game started as scheduled as nothing unusual was found.Thanks to the cooperation between Samsung and the police, the game ended without incident, and the fans were safely escorted out by security personnel.

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