At least one death at the Burning Man festival has been reported, where thousands of desert-based arts festival attendees that attract celebrities are stranded due to storm flooding. Burning Man has turned into a mud bath. Attendees are told to shelter in place for safety.
“Conserve food, water, and fuel, and shelter in a warm, safe space,” a statement by the Burning Man Organization reads.
The Associated Press reports:
Organizers closed vehicular access to the counterculture festival, and attendees trudged through mud, many barefoot or wearing plastic bags on their feet. The revelers were urged to shelter in place and conserve food, water, and other supplies.
The Pershing County Sheriff’s Office said the death happened during the event but offered few details as the investigation continued, including the identity of the deceased person or the suspected cause of death, KNSD-TV reported.
And it doesn’t look good. People are stranded.
‘Shelter In Place’: Burning Man Is One Hot Mess, Thousands Stranded
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