1. Tragedy

    Ind. State Fair Reopens After Deaths

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN - AUGUST 13: The stage collapses at the Indiana State Fair August 13, 2011 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The stage fell just before country duo Sugarland were scheduled to perform, killing at least four people and injuring as many as 40 more.  (Photo by Joey Foley/Getty Images)

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    The Indiana State Fair reopened on Monday after the stage collapse on Saturday that killed five people. But first there was a memorial service for the victims, which Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels attended. The tragedy took place when a 60- to 70-mph gust of wind blew metal scaffolding into the crowd; shortly beforehand, authorities had warned concertgoers to seek shelter. Forty people were injured in the accident, and nine remained in the hospital as of Sunday afternoon, including three children.

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