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A dead man in a collision, which led to an hour-long interruption of the road to Burning Man




A deadly collision in Washoe County, Nevada led to an hour-long break on Main Street after Burning Man on Sunday afternoon. Roads are reopened the Sheriff Department of Washoe County said Sunday night.

The Sheriff Division Reported a Serious, Deadly Collision with a Fallen Motor Home on County Road 34 and State Route 447 Sundays Just Before 1pm The Washoe County Sheriff's Office Confirmed to the Reno Gazette Journal that a grown man had died in the crash and another person had been injured.

The Governor of Nevada, Steve Sisolak tweeted about the collision on Sunday and pronounced "condolences and" prayers to all those involved in today's crash. "

FURTHER BURNING MAN NEWS: Man charged with sexual assault at the Burning Man site 4 days prior to the festival Miles Residual traffic that will" take some time. " The organizers of the festival ask the participants to Black Rock City, the temporary city that is set up for the event each year to wait until morning to finish their ride to the festival.

Exit from Burning Man was, according to the organizers that took place during the Enlightenment however, the gates of the festival were reopened.

Earlier the day when people were interviewed who had done so leaving Reno to turn around and return if you have the opportunity.

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A few hours later The organizers of the festival reminded visitors that there is no other way for motorists to get to Black Rock City. "DO NOT follow alternative routes suggested by Google, Apple or other map applications. There are NO safe alternative routes to #BlackRockCity", they wrote.

They added some tips to people who stuck in the traffic jam due to the collision and the resulting road closures.

"If you get stuck in traffic due to the CR 34 lock outside of Gerlach, remember to 1) stay in your vehicle, 2) comply with all traffic laws, 3) stay hydrated, 4) be patient, 5) Follow @bmantraffic for updates ", they wrote.

Drew Costley is an SFGATE editorial assistant. E-mail: drew.costley@sfgate.com | Twitter: @drewcostley


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