Indiana State Fair Death Toll of 5 Could Go Higher After 'Fluke' Storm Fells Stage

Indiana state officials insisted today that no one could have foreseen the rapid change in weather and sudden 70 mph winds that brought the stage at the Indiana State Fair toppling down as 12,000 people waited for a Sugarland concert. The nightmarish scene Saturday night, when winds of up to 70 mph blew down thousands of pounds of steel scaffolding, wooden beams, lighting, sound and other equipment of an outdoor stage at the state fair, left at least five people dead, officials said. Roughly...Full Story
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