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Camp Bisco attendee found in a swamp

Collin Burns, 20, was found buried up to his waist in mud after disappearing on the final day of the Pennsylvania festival

By IQ on 19 Jul 2016

Collin Burns, Camp Bisco, Scranton Police

image © Scranton Police Department

A New Jersey man has been found alive after disappearing at Camp Bisco festival in Scranton, Pennsylvania, last weekend.

Twenty-year-old Collin Burns (pictured) – who was last seen on Sunday “wearing yellow shorts, no shirt and no shoes”, says Scranton police – was pulled from a swamp by the Scranton fire brigade at around 16.30 yesterday afternoon. Burns was buried up to his waist in mud, but was alert and is now recovering at a local hospital.

The fire brigade hasn’t disclosed how Burns ended up in the swamp.

Camp Bisco, founded in 1999 by jam band Disco Biscuits, was headlined this year by the Disco Biscuits, electronic duo Odesza and a reformed Big GrizMatik.


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