Dallas officials say a teenager has died and more than two dozen others at a music festival were treated at hospitals for drug, alcohol and heat-related problems.
All were attending the Electric Daisy Carnival at Fair Park. Dallas Fire-Rescue spokesman Jason Evans calls the event a “rave” for young people.
He told WFAA-TV the fire department took as many as 30 people to hospitals Saturday for drug, alcohol and heat-related issues.
WFAA-TV reports one of those was 19-year-old Andrew Graf of Argyle, who died at Baylor University Medical Center. The cause of Graf’s death is under investigation.
A 15-year-old girl died in Los Angeles last year after overdosing on ecstasy while attending the Electric Daisy Carnival there.
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