Burning Man attendee describes muddy mess

Burning Man attendees are on the way home after the festival’s organizers lifted a driving ban that had trapped tens of thousands of people in the middle of the Nevada desert. Over the weekend, people were told to shelter in place and conserve food, water and fuel amid heavy rainstorms. Both the airport and entrance of Black Rock City, Nevada, where the event is held, were closed because of the conditions. LiveNOW's Andrew Craft spoke with Burning Man attendee Griffin Kirsch-- who escaped the mess by walking three miles through ankle-deep mud. Kirsch spoke about his experience, telling LiveNOW that he would attend the festival again. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

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