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Indiana State Fair Case Involving Sugarland Not Going to Trial Until 2014

This summer, plenty of country music fans will both remember and mourn the Indiana State Fair tragedy. In August of 2011, the fair stage collapsed before a Sugarland performance, killing seven people and injuring dozens more. Since the accident, Sugarland’s Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles have been wrapped up in depositions and legal proceedings for a trial that will determine who is responsible for the stage collapse.

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Sugarland Plan to Be ‘Honest and Open’ in Indiana State Fair Deposition

Sugarland was scheduled to begin their video deposition today (April 12) concerning the August 13 Indiana State Fair tragedy and the lawsuits suggesting that they resisted delaying the start of their show. Since the collapse that killed seven and injured dozens more, fingers have been pointed at everyone from Sugarland to Mid-America Sound Corp, the company that owned the stage and the light rigging. But the band says no one cares more about getting this resolved than they do.

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Review of Sugarland Stage at Indiana State Fair Finds Rigging Wasn’t Up to Code

The stage that collapsed moments before Sugarland was due to begin their performance at the Indiana State Fair last year wasn’t strong enough to withstand a 68 MPH gust of wind, as required by code. A 59 MPH gust of wind toppled the light and sound rigging on the night of August 13, but parts of the support system began giving way earlier in the evening.

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Sugarland’s Kristian Bush Also Ordered to Testify About Indiana State Fair Tragedy

A court order made public on Tuesday reveals that Marion Superior Court Judge Theodore Sosin is ordering both Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush to testify about the events leading up to last August’s stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair. Previously it was believed that only Nettles would have to give a deposition.

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Sugarland Asked to Give Deposition in Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse Case

When Sugarland‘s Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush saw the rigging of the giant stage at the Indiana State Fair come crashing tragically around them last summer, they likely felt thankful to be alive first, and second, a horrible grief at the whole situation. What they couldn’t possibly have anticipated in that moment was the onslaught of court cases and finger pointing and legalities that would inevitably ensue.

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Sugarland Deny Being at Fault for Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse

Sugarland have long been embroiled in a lawsuit surrounding the August 13, 2011 stage collapse at their show at the Indiana State Fair. Now, responding to lawsuits coming at them, they’re claiming one last time that the incident, which left seven dead and more than 40 injured, was not their fault.

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Two Women Charged for Making False Claims Following Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse

Sadly, there will always be a few bad apples who attempt to make selfish gains from the misfortune of others. Thankfully, in this case, two women who made false claims in order to get free money following the Indiana State Fair stage collapse have been caught — and are being charged.

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State of Indiana Settles With Sugarland Stage Collapse Victims

The state of Indiana has settled with 63 of the 65 victims from August’s stage collapse before a Sugarland show at the Indiana State Fair. KRTV in Indianapolis reports that of the $5 million available for compensation, all but $2,000 has been claimed.

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Sugarland Sued Over Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse

Victims of the August 13 Indiana State Fair stage collapse are seeking justice. Forty-four survivors of the tragedy, as well as family members of those who died in the horrific accident, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against those associated with the production of the show — including Sugarland.

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Sugarland to Honor Stage Collapse Victims During Tonight’s Return to Indiana

As promised, Sugarland are returning to Indiana for a show in honor of the seven killed and dozens injured when the stage collapsed before an August show at the Indiana State Fair. Friday night’s concert at the Conseco Fieldhouse will benefit the Indiana State Fair Remembrance Fund.

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Sugarland Set to Return to Indiana for Free Show Following Deadly Stage Collapse

The last time they scheduled a show in Indiana, Sugarland made headlines for all the wrong reasons, suffering a horrific stage collapse that claimed the lives of seven concertgoers and injured more than 40 others.

At the time, they promised they’d be back to perform a free show — and now they’re making good on that promise by adding a new show

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Randy Travis Collapses Onstage, Doctors Rush to Aid

Country superstar Randy Travis gave everyone a scare on Sunday night when he collapsed while performing at a medical center gala in Fort Worth, TX. Fortunately, he was not hospitalized and is now said to be okay.

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