Four deaths at a Michigan country music festival
BROOKLYN, Mich. (BIKER DAD)–Police are investigating four deaths at a Michigan country music festival. Three of those deaths are suspected to be due to carbon monoxide poisoning. Police are also looking for answers for a fourth unrelated death of a woman.
It all happened at the Faster Horses Festival, about 70 miles outside of Detroit. The Lenawee County Sheriff posted about it on Facebook, “Emergency Medical Responders and Sheriff Deputies responded to the campground at the corner of US-12 and Brooklyn Highway and found five males in their early 20s inside the travel trailer, all unresponsive… Three of the males were pronounced dead at the scene and two were transported by ambulance to a local hospital in critical condition and being treated for acute carbon monoxide poisoning.”
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The post goes on to say ‘the caller was a friend of the five males and became concerned when he had not heard from them. This tragic incident is being investigated as a suspected carbon monoxide exposure from a generator located very near the travel trailer.”
The Michigan country music festival, which hosted acts such as Jason Aldean has not made any statement about the deaths. But they did post about lost and found items on their Facebook page which prompted one person to comment “what about the lost lives?”CycleVin.com – Fast Easy Motorcycle History Reports For Only $25!