One dies, the other was born during an illegal rave of 10,000 people in Italy – News
An illegal six-day rave in Italy left one death, one birth and 10,000 participants during six days of chaos.
Taking place at Lake Mezzano, the rave ended on Thursday, with a number of events at the event causing problems with residents and authorities.
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Four ravers ended up in hospital due to their drug and alcohol use, and a man drowned after jumping into the lake and did not come out. Police identified 2,000 ravers out of an alleged crowd of 10,000 who allegedly attended the rave.
The mayor of Valentano, a neighboring town, said: “The area has been liberated, there is no one left at the site, I can only express my satisfaction.”
Participants said they saw dehydrated and hungry dogs at the site, while there were also reports of alcohol-induced comas following the rave. Local news sources reported that a baby was born during the rave.
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Environmental organizations have expressed fears that roe could cause irreparable damage to the region. Silvano Olmi, Regional President of Fare Verde, said:
“The illegal rave party, which has been active for days, is causing serious damage to the environment and to agriculture, there have been six stages erected, mobile kitchens and thousands of motorhomes and caravans. In addition, the music is loud. and the massive presence of people and cars disturb the wildlife and create serious problems near the lake, ”
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There are also concerns that the rave may have a serious impact on the spread of COVID in the region, with Alessio D’Amato, Lazio regional health adviser commenting on the rave:
“The situation is out of control, no negotiation is possible, public order must be restored, people identified and responsibility for such a gathering must be established”,
Two vans containing music equipment were also confiscated, according to Viterbo police.
Tope Olufemi is Mixmag’s digital intern, follow them on Twitter