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  • Firm fined $50,000 in Indiana State Fair collapse

    The owner of parts of a stage that collapsed during a powerful storm at the Indiana State Fair in 2011, an accident that killed seven people, will pay a $50,000 fine for safety violations, the state said Monday.

  • State not liable for contractor in stage collapse

    The state can't be held responsible for work performed by the contractor that built the stage rigging that gave way during the 2011 Indiana State Fair stage collapse, a judge ruled.

  • Ind. judge orders Sugarland to testify in April

    Singers Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush of the country duo Sugarland have been ordered to give depositions next month in lawsuits over August's deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse.

  • Judge orders Sugarland singer to testify in April

    An Indiana judge ordered lead singer Jennifer Nettles of the country duo Sugarland on Friday to give a deposition next month in lawsuits filed over August's deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse _ testimony that will focus on whether the band resisted delaying the start of their concert despite threatening weather.

  • ** FILE ** Fans waiting to see the duo Sugarland attempt to hold up the stage after high winds blew it over at the Indiana State Fair on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2011, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/The Indianapolis Star, Matt Kryger, File)

    Sugarland devastated by fair collapse comments

    The country duo Sugarland on Tuesday said it is devastated that people "want to point fingers and try to sensationalize" an Aug. 13 stage collapse that killed seven people and injured 58 before the band's show at the Indiana State Fair.

  • Sugarland blames fans for state fair injuries

    Fans who were killed and injured when stage rigging and sound equipment collapsed onto them as they awaited a Sugarland concert at the Indiana State Fair failed to take steps to ensure their own safety and are at least in part to blame for their injuries, the country duo's attorneys said.

  • Sugarland lawyer blames fans for Indiana injuries

    Fans who were killed and injured when stage rigging and sound equipment collapsed onto them as they awaited a Sugarland concert at the Indiana State Fair failed to take steps to ensure their own safety and are at least in part to blame for their injuries, the country duo's attorneys said.

  • ** FILE ** Fans waiting to see the duo Sugarland attempt to hold up the stage after high winds blew it over at the Indiana State Fair on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2011, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/The Indianapolis Star, Matt Kryger, File)

    Stage builder cited in Indiana State Fair collapse

    The company that built the stage ahead of last summer's deadly Indiana State Fair collapse appeared to be indifferent to safety standards, the state Department of Labor said Wednesday.

  • Company: Sugarland resisted delaying Ind. concert

    Country duo Sugarland resisted delaying the start of a concert last August at the Indiana State Fair despite threatening weather that later caused a deadly stage collapse, the fair's top official testified in a lawsuit against the company that built the stage rigging.

  • Probe finds plenty of blame for Ind. fair disaster

    State fair officials, the stagehands union and a company that built the roof and lights rigging for a massive concert platform all share blame for last summer's deadly stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair, according to a government investigation.

  • Indiana stage builder cited in state fair collapse

    The company that built the stage ahead of last summer's deadly Indiana State Fair collapse appeared to be indifferent to safety standards and fair officials were too slow to order an evacuation of the grounds, the state Department of Labor said Wednesday.

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