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Indiana State Fair Tragedy claims the life of another innocent bystander

An Ohio woman will not recover from injuries she received during the Indiana State Fair stage collapse.



Monday night, 24-year-old Meagan Toothman remains on life support, but her family has decided to donate her organs.



A statement on the family's webpage said they realized last night Meagan was no longer with them.



Toothman was a high school cheerleading coach.



Those who knew her talked about their loss today.



“It’s really unbelievable that you can go to a concert and have something like this happen to you. I know our community and our kids will rally around her family,” said Tony Hemmelgarn, an Athletic Director from Forest Hills Schools. “Her spirit is going to live for a long time. She made a huge impact."



Toothman will be the seventh person to die from the August 13 stage collapse.




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