investigation opened after the death of a man during a huge rave party

investigation opened after the death of a man during a huge rave party
investigation opened after the death of a man during a huge rave party

Revelers began to flock this Wednesday, May 8 to Parnay, a small village in Maine-et-Loire. But the tragedy occurred this Sunday, May 12: taken care of after “ cardiorespiratory arrest “, a man aged around thirty died during a gigantic rave party lasting several days, the sub-prefect of Saumur, Christophe Carol, told AFP.

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At this point, the identity of the victim “ could not be established “, he specifies, however. The latter was “ under narcotics », according to a police Source interviewed by AFP, who however does not give further details on the nature of the said substances or their possible link with the death.

“Without agreement from the owner”

According to the authorities, this party which brought together some 10,000 people took place on private agricultural land in Maine-et-Loire, lost in the middle of the vineyards, on the edge of a wood. Individuals began to flock in the night of May 8 to 9. illegally and without the owner’s consent”.

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The day before, the prefect of the department had issued an order prohibiting festive gatherings. Similar decisions had also been taken in neighboring departments which expected gatherings of this kind on the occasion of the Ascension Bridge long weekend.

For us the party is not over, the sanctions will fall », assures the sub-prefect of Saumur, specifying that all participants who leave the rave party site this Sunday will be checked by the gendarmes deployed on site and fined, in particular for participation in an illegal gathering and participation in a disturbance. .

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