Victims Accept Settlement in Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse
The majority of the victims from the stage collapse at the 2011 Indiana State Fair have chosen to take a settlement offered by the state and two private companies. According to the Associated Press, 51 of the 62 eligible claimants have chosen to accept their portion of the $13.2 million offer, but m…
Evidence Stolen From Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse
For the past year, attorneys have been preparing to battle over who is responsible for a stage rigging error that caused a stage to collapse at the Indiana State Fair in August, killing seven people and injuring dozens before a Sugarland concert. Unfortunately, now it will be much more difficult to …
Sugarland Stage That Collapsed Did Not Meet Code [POLL]
An engineering review released today has found that the stage rigging that collapsed and killed seven people and injuring dozens of fans who were awaiting to see Sugarland perform during last summer's Indiana State Fair, wasn't built strong enough to meet state building codes.

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