Ashley Gregory, 21, of Danville, Ind., who was in the grandstand at last year’s Sugarland concert but wasn’t injured, said the fair “feels different” this year but she couldn’t stay away.
“I love the state fair. I’ll always come back to the support the fair,” said Gregory, who paused to reflect by the plaque honoring those killed.
Associated Press writer Tom LoBianco contributed to this story.
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