NJ cop’s son found alive, waist-deep and stuck in mud
SCRANTON — The son of a Woodcliff Lake police officer was found safe after disappearing from the site of a concert in Pennsylvania.
Scranton Police said Collin Burns, 20, went missing after the Camp Bisco music festival at in Scranton on Sunday hours after the concert ended. He was not wearing a shirt or shoes when he was at the concert.
Police said he was found in a nearby swamp stuck in the mud up to his waist on Monday afternoon. He was hospitalized. It is not known how Burns got to the swamp.
Burns is the son of Lt. John Burns of the Woodcliff Lake police department, according to a report by the Daily Voice.
Camp Bisco is an annual three-day outdoor electronic-rock concert held at the Montage Mountain ski resort with more than 100 artists taking one of three stages.
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