Over the course of three days at Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, there was one death, over 76 people arrested on felony counts, and more than 1,400 festival goers treated by the medical staff.

Medical calls totaled out at 1,426, including 27 attendees that were taken to the hospital during the festival from Friday to Sunday and 512 between Sunday night and Monday. Thirty-one of the felony arrests were made between Sunday night and Monday morning as well. The majority of which were drug related.

One of the cases led to an extremely unfortunate death on Saturday night at the festival care center. The Clark County Coroner’s Office still has yet to release that attendee’s name or cause of death.

“Based on the location and circumstances involved (in the death), it’ll take four to eight weeks before we’ll have toxicology results ack and can determine the cause of death.”

-Derek Dubasik, Clark County Coroner’s Investigator

According to Insomniac Events, there were between 134,000 and 135,000 people in attendance each night of the festival, 219 of which were ejected for various reasons over the course of the three day festival.

As Electric Daisy Carnival came to a close on Sunday night, there was one person arrested with a misdemeanor, six other misdemeanor citations issued, as well as 17 traffic citations.