- June 30 - Girl, 15, dies after weekend rave at LA Coliseum
- June 30 - LA County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky calls for moratorium on raves at LA Coliseum
- July 1 - Overload from Electric Daisy Carnival - Coliseum officials suspend raves after teen girl's death.
- July 2 - Girl's rave death raises questions whether such parties are getting too big to handle
- July 3 - Girl who died after LA rave didn't tell family she was going, spokesman says
- July 5 - Electric Daisy Carnival: drug-infested all-nighter - All law enforcement officers know that the whole idea behind raves is to take Ecstasy. Whoever approved the use of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for this event should be held civilly responsible.
- July 5 - Four girls touch the world, two in death and two in life
July 6, 2010
Follow Sasha's Story, From the End
TRAGEDY STRUCK an Atwater Village family last week when 15-year-old Sasha Rodriguez, a high school student and drill team member from the neighborhood, died after attending the Electric Daisy Carnival rave. While funeral services are planned for today, July 6, 2:30pm at Forest Lawn Glendale, the LA Times has been following the aftermath of Sasha's death, including policy changes at LA Coliseum. Catch up here:
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