Authorities and festival organizers are reporting that a 32-year-old man has been pronounced dead after he was found unresponsive in his vehicle early this morning at the festival campground site in Tennessee (general Bonnaroo crowd pictured, above). Organizers sought out medical assistance for the man, but they were unable to revive him.
The victim was identified as Michael Donivan Craddock Jr., 32, of Mount Juliet.
After finding the man unresponsive, the festival-goers immediately contacted medical staff to assist, but the man was soonafter pronounced dead by the Coffee County Medical Examiner's office.
Officials told the publication that foul play is not suspected, and that the body has been sent to Nashville for an autopsy so that the exact cause of death can be determined.
Graves said dozens of people have been treated for heat-related issues at the festival that began Thursday in Manchester and runs through Sunday. We have no further information at this time. Bonnaroo has had a strong safety record with no deaths at the festival in 3 years.
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