A Las Vegas Metro police K9 handler interacts with an attendee of the Electric Daisy Carnival during the 2014 event's second night on June 21, 2014. (Source: Curious Josh for Insomniac Productions)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
The sprawling electronic music festival Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas concluded Monday morning with 25 more felony narcotics-related arrests in the event's third night.
The count reported by Las Vegas Metro police brought the total arrests for narcotics to 73.
In addition, Metro reported 234 medical calls with eight people transported to the hospital.
Of the estimated 134,000 people who entered Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday night, 60 were ejected from the event, said Metro citing EDC's producer Insomniac.
Here's a breakdown of reported citations and arrests over the three nights of the 2014 event:
Misdemeanor citations - 27
Traffic citations - 8
Misdemeanor arrests - 21
Felony arrests, all narcotics-related - 73
DUI, alcohol arrests - 5
Traffic accidents -12
Medical calls - 794
Transports to hospital - 25
Ejections - 136
Attendees each night - about 134,000
Authorities reported one death involving a fan attending this year's event. The Clark County Coroner's Office identified the person who died after the event's opening night as 24-year-old Montgomery Tsang of San Leandro, CA.
His cause of death remained pending on Monday.
This marked the fourth year Las Vegas has hosted Electric Daisy Carnival.
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