Two individuals died over the weekend beneath unspecified circumstances on the Nocturnal Wonderland digital dance music competition on the Glen Helen Amphitheater in Devore, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Division stated Thursday, Sept. 22.
The Sheriff’s Division wouldn’t say exactly when the individuals died or when or how they had been found. The silence left it unclear whether or not the individuals grew to become ailing or had been injured close to the levels or within the tenting space. The coroner’s web site doesn’t listing the names of the 2 individuals.
The deaths are beneath investigation, the division stated. No arrests in these circumstances had been introduced.
Some 70,000 individuals attended the four-day competition, the division stated in a information launch.
Deputies made arrests for being drunk in public, spousal abuse, rape, petty theft and home battery, the discharge stated. Eight citations had been written for being a minor in possession of alcohol and one individual was cited for possession of unlawful medicine. Eleven individuals had been hospitalized for therapy of assorted diseases or accidents.
A spokesperson for the live performance promoter Insomniac, who didn’t present a reputation, stated in an electronic mail Thursday evening that concert-goers are topic to a “TSA-style search” that features emptying pockets and luggage and being patted down. Campers’ vehicles, baggage and different belongings are searched.
The primary Nocturnal Wonderland was held in Los Angeles in 1995. Since then, it moved round to San Bernardino and Indio earlier than touchdown in Devore in 2013.
The Sheriff’s Division requested anybody with data on the deaths to name 909-387-3545. Nameless suggestions could also be left on the WeTip hotline at 800-782-7463 or the web site at wetip.com.