An on-site crew member from the Glastonbury Festival passes away

The Park at the site of the Glastonbury Festival

After being discovered unconscious in his tent in The Park, a crew member of the Glastonbury Festival passed away.

On Tuesday, at about 14:20 BST, police were summoned to the festival site in Pilton, Somerset.

At the scene, it was determined that the 40-year-old man had died. Police stated that they are not investigating the death as suspicious.

It comes after the passing of another man who passed away on Sunday as a result of a medical emergency on a section of the property known as the old railway line.

The festival, which draws over 200,000 visitors, rarely sees fatalities.

Reports on both deaths, according to Avon and Somerset Police, are being prepared for the coroner.

Monday marked the end of the Glastonbury Festival, but workers are still on site to clean up and turn the area back into fields that are suitable for cow grazing. Arctic Monkeys, Gun N' Roses, and Sir Elton John served as the event's headliners this year. In what was to be his final UK performance before his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour concludes, Sir Elton brought the festival to a close on Sunday night.

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