Vigil planned for men who died at Faster Horses festival, 2 remain in critical condition

MICHIGAN CENTER (WWJ) -- A vigil is planned for three young men who died and two others who are clinging to life after they were found in a trailer at the Faster Horses Festival this weekend.

The candlelight vigil will be held at the Michigan Center High School football field in Jackson County for Dawson Brown, Kole Sova and Richie Mays Jr.

Family members say all three men were graduates of the school, and members of the Michigan Center Cardinals football team.

The two men who survived remain in critical condition at a hospital in Toledo, where they are receiving specialized treatment.

One of them has been taken off of a ventilator, and is now breathing on his own, but there is concern about the functioning of his heart.

The group of men -- all in their early 20s -- were found unresponsive on Saturday in a travel trailer at the popular country music festival in Cambridge Township.

The Lenawee County Sheriff’s Department says the men all suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning, likely because their generator was located too close to their trailer.

The vigil will be held at 9:30 p.m. tonight, where organizers say they will ask for prayers for 30-year-old Melissa Havens from Croswell, Michigan, who also died at the festival.

Police have not yet revealed her cause of death.