Shuttle Overturns at Lost Lands Music Festival, Injures 9 -
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Nine people were injured after a shuttle tipped over at Licking County's Lost Lands music festival last weekend.

According to local CBS subsidiary WBNS, the accident occurred around 6:30 p.m. at the campsite in Block 7500 on Kindle Road. One person was flown to Grant Medical Center and two people were taken to Licking Memorial Hospital with possible broken bones. The other six were treated on site by paramedics for minor injuries.

At the time of this report, the cause of the accident is still unclear.

Lost Lands ended its fourth year last weekend and consisted of performances by Wooli, Zomboy, Black Tiger Sex Machine, GRiZ and the festival's founder, Excision, among others.

The three day festival started on Thursday September 24th and ended on Friday September 26th. Excision had a two hour set, a special "detox" performance and a completely original relapse set.

The dubstep mastermind also recently announced its first destination music festival, Paradise Blue. The festival will take place in Cancun, Mexico, from April 29th to May 1st, 2022. The line-up currently includes Virtual Riot, 12th Planet, Eliminate, SVDDEN DEATH, ATLiens and more.

“Taking on a part of a really beautiful place like Cancun with so many insane bass music artists is going to be an epic experience that I can't wait to share with all of you! I've always loved exploring new places where Headbangers from all over the world can come together to unleash their inner selves, "Excision said in a statement. "This one will really be special."


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