Sun. Jun 23rd, 2024

Total Chaos Unleashed: 70,000 ‘Burning Man’ Attendees Trapped in Nevada Mudslide Nightmare

Total Chaos Unleashed: 70,000 ‘Burning Man’ Attendees Trapped in Nevada Mudslide Nightmare

Heavy rain turns Burning Man festival into mud pit, stranding thousands

Many people attending the Burning Man festival were stranded due to heavy rains, which turned the Nevada desert into mud. Access to the festival site, known as Black Rock City, was completely closed for the duration of the event.

The Bureau of Land Management confirmed that recent rains have made it impossible for vehicles to move on the festival grounds. Furthermore, they predicted more rain in the coming days, which will hamper the improvement in vehicular traffic conditions.

Paul Rader, a veteran festival goer, revealed that his camp was well prepared with adequate supplies, and that the festival community was assisting each other. While Rader expected it would take about two days for things to dry out, some attendees decided to begin hiking to reach the nearest highway.

Annual Gathering of the Arts and Community in Nevada

The Burning Man festival, an annual gathering in northwestern Nevada, typically attracts more than 60,000 participants who come together to make art, dance, and enjoy a sense of community. This year, reports indicated the presence of over 70,000 “burners”. The festival takes its name from the tradition of burning a large wooden structure called the “Man” on the final night of the event.

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