Indiana State Fair stage wreckage finally removed from grounds
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The Indiana State Fair stage wreckage has finally been moved nearly three months after the deadly stage collapse.
Investigators plan to reassemble the debris at an Indianapolis warehouse. High winds toppled the temporary stage just minutes before a Sugarland concert.
Seven people died and dozens more were hurt, including a Mishawaka woman. Monday is the deadline for victims to file a claim.