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EDC attendee's death ruled accidental Ecstasy overdose

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Updated: 7/09 2:16 pm
LAS VEGAS (KSNV – The Clark County coroner’s office has determined the cause and manner of death of one of three people connected to last month’s Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

The coroner ruled that Montgomery Tsang, 24, of San Leandro, Calif., died of acute Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) toxicity, with other significant conditions being cardiac enlargement. MDMA is commonly known as Ecstasy. The manner of death is ruled an accident.

Tsang was found unresponsive on the first night of EDC in the parking lot and died June 21.

There is no additional information at this time on the two other cases media reports have said might be linked to the EDC.

Anthony Anaya, 25, of Everett, Wash., was found unresponsive in a local hotel and transported to a local hospital where he died June 21. Anaya had apparently attended the EDC.

Joey Sayachak, 21, of Fresno, Calif., was found unresponsive in a local residence June 21 and was taken to a local hospital where he died June 25. He had apparently come to Las Vegas intending to attend the EDC, but did not attend the event.
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