Haunted Coliseum Shut Down by Authorities, up to 100 Hospitalized
The Haunted Coliseum held at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum was shut down last night after multiple 911 calls were made reporting heavily intoxicated, underage partiers.
With acts like Otto Knows, Alesso, and Sebastian Ingrosso lined up, the show was shut down shortly after it’s start. Local authorities had to call in to police forces from neighboring areas to control the massive crowd.
“According to detectives, during a Rave concert at the Nassau Coliseum several 911 calls were received for intoxicated youths. While Detectives and Officers were at scene investigating as many as 100 intoxicated youths between the ages of 14 and 18…”-Nassau County Police
Despite some controversial reports, there have still been no fatalities reported, but over 100 people have been taken to various hospitals in the Nassau area.
There was also one arrest made last night,
“…Michael Croissant, 44, of 348 Mongaup Road, Monticello, attempted to land a Bell Model 407 helicopter on a grassy area on the west side of the Coliseum. The landing had to be aborted due to pedestrians walking in the area. Croissant then returned and landed on the grassy area where at least 20 pedestrians were walking in the area. He was placed under arrest and his helicopter was seized.”
-Nassau County Police
The promoters of the event have still not come forward to make any announcements or statements as of yet. From the ThisSongSlaps team, we send our best wishes to all that attended the event.