A young man died in a parking lot of Electric Daisy Carnival on Saturday
Montgomery Tsang from San Leandro collapsed at sunrise on Saturday, hours before the incident he was attending the first night of the Electric Daisy Carnival. Over 130,000 international attendees flooded Las Vegas for a three day festival with over a dozen performers. After being brought to a local hospital, Tsang was pronounced dead at 6:15 am. Coroner officials have yet to say what killed the 24-Year-Old after a long night out.
This is not the first death that has taken place at Electric Daisy Carnival. In 2010 A 15-year-old girl died from an ecstasy overdose and two more died at the event in 2012.
Spokeswoman Jennifer Forkish, shared a statement with The Sun regarding the tragic death,
“We are deeply saddened by this news, and hope that everyone will join us in keeping his family and friends in their thoughts during this very difficult time. Dance music fans pride themselves in being part of a loving community and, as we get ready to start the second night of the show, we ask everyone to help us keep this event safe.”
Although many other festivals have ended early due to multiple hospitalizations and deaths, Electric Daisy Carnival continued their weekend run.
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