Indiana not liable for state fair stage company’s damages

A decision has been made in the deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse in 2011. The state’s high court ruled that Indiana is not liable to pay damages that were incurred by a company that provided the stage rigging that collapsed during a storm that killed seven. Nearly 100 people were also injured when high winds knocked over the roof into the crowd waiting to see Sugarland. Indiana has paid $11 million to the victims. The company that did the rigging, Mid-America Sound, faces lawsuits and the amount of damages have been sealed by the court.