A university student died after she was crushed under a metal barrier as people tried to barge into a nightclub, witnesses have claimed.
Miss Burt, a former head girl at Bournemouth School for Girls, and an only child from Milford-on-Sea, between Bournemouth and Southampton, had only joined Durham University in October and was studying natural sciences.
A resuscitation attempt was made by a doorman, but to no avail.
Olivia, a 20-year-old student at Durham University, was outside Missoula nightclub in the city centre when she became trapped under a fence.
The Tabcorroborates this series of events, noting that an eyewitness they spoke to said a group of boys pushed in the queue, which caused the barrier to topple.
A fellow student, who was in the queue at the same time, told the Guardian they were "completely at the mercy of the crowd" during the crush that led to a barrier collapsing next to Burt.
"Another student heroically gave CPR to the girl until the ambulance arrived and I would say it was very admirable of all the students who were trying to save the girl".
"The circumstances surrounding her death are unclear at this time", Durham Police said in a statement.
"There were too many people and he couldn't get them off her".
He added: "Those students close to her have lost a wonderful friend, whom in their shock they grieve for, alongside her family and friends". Another student, Jack, described the scene as "complete chaos". Obviously the pushing continued regardless and suddenly the barrier fell and everyone fell on top of it.
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"I waited for some friends for about half an hour and the scene was just very bad".
"There were about 600 people inside the club". My friend was pulling people off her but there were too many.
"The friends of the victim were making their way to the scene, one girl running to Missoula in hysterics and just screaming "no".
Eyewitness reports recount overcrowding and a sense of panic outside the venue.
A spokesperson for Durham Police today said they have launched an investigation.
A large floral tribute was placed outside Missoula, formerly a Slug and Lettuce pub, which opened in September 2016 after a £385,000 investment.
'We are unable to comment further on what is an ongoing police investigation'.
"Our thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of Olivia at this sad time".
In a statement, Missoula said it was "a awful accident" and said staff were working with the police and security company that provides door staff.