This country music festival ended with at least four dead

This country music festival ended with at least four dead

At least four people died while attending a weekend country music festival in southern Michigan, including three men who likely succumbed to carbon monoxide exposure inside a travel trailer. Two more men were transported to a hospital from the same exposure. All five men were in their early 20s. 

Separately, state police reported the death of a 30-year-old woman, Melissa Havens of Croswell. Detectives are asking for help identifying a man who was with Havens at one point. Investigators with the Michigan State Police noted the suspect was a “Black male in his 30’s, short black hair, short beard and wearing a gray hoodie.” The cause of death is unknown at this time. An autopsy will be performed along with a toxicology test.

The three-day festival concluded on Sunday. Its headliners included Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett, and Jason Aldean.

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