ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - It could be weeks before family, friends and the public know what killed a 14-year-old girl at a foam party at Expo New Mexico on Saturday night.
But News 13 does know more about what goes on at those parties.
People familiar with the parties have gone as far as describing them as sanctioned raves.
That means police, security and medical staff are there, but it also means alcohol and drugs are present, too.
In April of this year, another party thrown by Redfish, the same company that put on Saturday’s foam party, was held at the Villa Hispana.
As a DJ pounds away, video highlight reel shows a man front and center in the all-ages crowd dancing and hoisting a beer.
Expo New Mexico officials have said alcohol is kept away from the underage crowd, but as State Police continue to investigate the death of 14-year-old Hannah Bruch at last Saturday's 16-and-up foam wonderland party, explanations from Expo New Mexico have shifted.
Expo now says ID's were only being checked for those who wished to drink and there's no separate spot for drinkers.
There was also no minimum age to get in the door. The 16 and up was just a suggestion.
State Fair Commissioner Charlotte Rode says events like Saturday's, and like the party in April, go too far for Expo New Mexico.
"They have prostituted themselves into having any event there that will make a buck," she said.
It's important to note alcohol has not been connected to Bruch's death.
Expo says there were no reported problems with underage consumption at Saturday's event.
But Rode says events like a foam party allow for the possibility of alcohol, drugs and young people, and that's a risk Expo shouldn't take.
"I think what bothers me the most is they have not done the research on these type of events to understand what kind of drug culture is promoted within that type of venue," said Rode.
At least for now, concerts like this are over at Expo.
The planned Dropfest during the State Fair has been canceled.
The promoters of the concert have released a statement, saying, "We will be looking closely at policies regarding all-ages shows and other events, and will make determinations based on the facts as they are provided to us by State Police."
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