Coroner: EDC fan died from drug intoxication

 LAS VEGAS -- The Clark County Coroner's Office has released the cause of death for a man who was in Las Vegas for the Electric Daisy Carnival in June. According to the coroner, 25-year-old Anthony Anaya died of a combination of drug intoxication, including ethanol, ecstasy, and cocaine. His manner of death was ruled an accident.

 Anaya was found dead at the the Vdara Hotel after attending the festival. He was one of three people connected to EDC that died during that weekend. Montgomery Tsang, 24 of San Leandro, California, collapsed in the parking lot of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The coroner ruled Tsang died of acute ecstasy toxicity.

Another young man, 21-year-old Joey Saychack of Fresno, California, was found dead in a home he had rented with friends on the first night of the festival. His cause of death has not been released.

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