UPDATE (11/14/15, 1:41 p.m. ET): The number of deaths at Paris' popular Bataclan Theatre venue Friday (Nov. 13) night has been adjusted to 89, per the city's prosecutor's statement on Saturday (Nov. 14).
UPDATE (11/13/15, 8:16 p.m. ET): The Associated Press reports that the Bataclan attackers blew themselves up with suicide belts as police stormed the venue. Five attackers may have been killed.
ORIGINAL POST: At least 100 people have died after a hostage situation ended at an Eagles of Death Metal concert in Paris, The Associated Press reports.
BREAKING: French police official says at least 100 people killed inside Paris concert hall where attackers seized hostages.— The Associated Press (@AP) November 14, 2015
As multiple shootings and explosions rocked the city Friday night (Nov. 13), more than 100 hostages were taken inside Paris venue Bataclan, with officials confirming that police had stormed the venue and killed two attackers.
#BREAKING Hollande on his way to attacked concert venue: French presidency— Agence France-Presse (@AFP) November 14, 2015
#BREAKING Around 100 dead in attack on Paris concert venue: police— Agence France-Presse (@AFP) November 14, 2015
Eagles of Death Metal members, including Josh Homme, are unharmed. Emily Dorio, wife of drummer Julian Dorio, told The Washington Post that the band is safe and have escaped the venue.
Eagles of Death Metal shared this heartbreaking update on their Facebook page:
Stay tuned for updates as this breaking story develops.