The 25-year-old music fan whose death marred the start of this year's Bonnaroo Festival in Tennessee has been identified as Cody L. Conover of Lancaster, Kentucky.
Conover's body was discovered by friends camping at the festival on Friday morning (15Jun07).
He was taken to United Regional Medical Center in Manchester, Tennessee, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.
Conover's body was then transferred to Nashville, where it was examined by Medical Examiner Bruce Levy on Saturday (16Jun07).
The tragedy is the sixth Bonnaroo-related death in the event's six-year history.
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