Company officials say not enough people agreed to take the deal, so it is releasing itself from any financial obligation.
The State Fair’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan was created to deal with issues ranging from weather events to public safety emergencies.
A temporary stage collapsed on concert-goers August 13, 2011, killing seven.
At least 51 of the 62 state fair stage collapse victims have agreed not to sue the staging companies in exchange for additional settlement fees.
Close to one year after the Indiana State Fair stage collapse, officials have opened the fairgrounds with new safety measures in place.
State Fair stage collapse victims are being offered more money if they agree not to sue two of contractors involved in the case.
Friends, family and state fair officials gathered in Indianapolis to dedicate a memorial for the victims of the 2011 Indiana State Fair stage collapse.
The Indiana state Fair has adopted a plan in response to last year's stage collapse.
Legal procedures and research mean it could be two years before the state fair stage collapse lawsuits make it to court.
The Indiana State Fair Commission has hired a chief operating officer to develop a comprehensive public safety plan.