Fallout continues from this weekend's Fort Collins mega-party at the Ram's Pointe apartment complex, which attracted thousands and led to ten hospitalizations and the arrests of two CSU football players. But even as officials seek ways to prevent such out-of-control events in the future, more and more videos are popping up online, contributing to the bash's already legen -- wait for it -- dary status.
Among other things, Fort Collins cops are reportedly considering charging party organizers with a public-nuisance violation, and newly released 911 calls highlight the cost to the city in terms of emergency services and more.
In the meantime, the happening was named "Spotlight Party of the Day" by the Barstool Sports website, with a commenter declaring, "That was the GREATEST PARTY EVER! Shit got real crazy, real fast!" A clip also turns up on the community page of Comedy Central's Tosh.0. A post there states, "Most epic party I've ever been to! My friend took this video, but it hardly does it justice!"
That footage is immediately below, and there's plenty more where it came from, with an attendee in one clip declaring that the gathering was "like a fucking movie." Page down to see if you agree.
More from our Colorado Crimes archive: "Machete fight at 4900 Morrison Road ends with three people in critical condition."
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