A Louder Than Life vendor named Nicholaus Davis was discovered lifeless on the competition grounds this previous weekend after an obvious overdose.
In keeping with Louisville, Ky.’s WDRB, Davis was discovered unresponsive by a member of the competition employees the morning of Friday, Sept. 24. The Emergency Medical Companies confirmed his dying was on account of an obvious overdose. The Jefferson County Coroner’s Workplace is ready on the outcomes of the toxicology report.
Pageant producer Danny Wimmer Presents issued a press release on Davis’ dying on Friday afternoon.
“The well-being of our competition goers, employees, distributors, volunteers and artists is our main concern, and we work diligently to make sure the most secure occasion doable. In a single day, a member of our crew found an unresponsive contract vendor in a working zone. EMS was dispatched instantly and confirmed the dying as an obvious overdose. Our deepest condolences, ideas and prayers exit to the household and buddies.”
Loudwire sends our condolences to Davis’ household and family members. Relaxation in peace.
The CDC studies that drug overdose deaths reached a document in 2020, totaling in at 93,331 lives misplaced — over 20,000 greater than in 2019, as famous in The Commonwealth Fund. The spike was particularly evident after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March of 2020.
Metallica, Disturbed, Korn, Jane’s Addiction, Judas Priest, Anthrax, Machine Gun Kelly, Breaking Benjamin and Gojira had been among the many performers at Louder Than Life this previous weekend. Metallica headlined each Friday evening and Sunday evening (Sept. 26), and stunned the gang on the finish of the weekend with a full performance of The Black Album.
In the event you or somebody you understand if battling drug and/or alcohol dependence, assist is accessible via the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration web site. To talk to somebody on the cellphone, dial 1-800-622-HELP (1-800-622-4357) or ship a textual content message to 1-800-487-4889.
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