WATCH: Fox reporter has CRISIS on air – unexpected trap reported!

Fox News’ Claudia Cowan shared a live update with viewers after giant rains stranded her at the annual Burning Man festival.

Thousands of people were stranded without help due to worsening conditions and people were told to shelter in place and conserve food and water — there was one reported death but organizers said it was “unrelated to the weather.”

The yearly gathering in northwest Nevada features attendees reveling in debauchery and lighting up the night sky with burning effigies but the heavy rains added an unexpected element to the event, not that Cowan was going to let it rain on her parade during an appearance on “Fox & Friends Weekend.”

“The camps are hunkering down. We’re supporting each other, we’re making sure our neighbors have enough food and water and blankets. And we’re still finding fun, just a different kind of fun,” she said in an upbeat assessment.

“It’s not so much art, cars and parties, but really connecting with each other, and that’s part of the Burner spirit too,” Cowan added. “So we’re going to get through this. It’s certainly a Burning Man to remember.”

Cowan also shared updates on”X,” formerly known as Twitter, with the same injection of positivity.

“It’s a different kind of Burning Man adventure for sure, but we are sticking together and practicing communal effort and radical self reliance. Plus, The Man burns tonight ~ a special treat for first time attendees,” she tweeted.

In a follow-up tweet, Cowan would again declare it “a Burn to remember.”

“A muddy mess at #BurningMan2023 but we come for all kinds of adventure, not just parties and art cars,” she tweeted. “We are banding together and helping our neighbors and connecting on a deeper level. This will be a Burn to remember!”


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