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Burning Man :Authorities looking into death at festival in Nevada

One person has died at the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert.

Because it rained a lot and there was flooding this weekend, many people at an event ended up with their feet covered in mud.

Around 70,000 people are stuck and officials are looking into a death.

The Pershing County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a death that happened during a rainstorm.

The person’s family has been told.

No additional information has been provided about how they died.

People enjoying Burning Man are stuck in the mud in the Nevada desert.
The US festival has bad weather, which has made the ground very slippery. It is so slippery that it is difficult to walk on. The roads near the festival are closed because it is not safe for vehicles to drive on them.

The ground might take a long time to dry and become safe. Therefore, people who are going to the event have been told to save their food, water, and fuel.

Partygoers have said that the festival’s toilets are not working because the vehicles that clean them can’t reach them due to the muddy ground.

The landscape at Burning Man is very different from its normal dry and dusty setting in the Black Rock Desert.

The people in charge of the event are doing everything they can to make sure everyone stays safe.
They have organized buses to come and take people to the city of Reno, which is over 100 miles away.

Famous people like Chris Rock and Diplo also went to the music event, and they were laughing a lot and quickly left.

But, Kelly Gale, a model for Victoria’s Secret, and her fiancé Joel Kinnaman from the show DC got stuck in the mud and had trouble getting out.

The festival will finish on Monday (September 4), and people are being told not to go there because they will be told to leave.

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