The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration is releasing a report Wednesday regarding the events surrounding the state fair stage collapse.
Indiana will be giving money to the State Fair stage collapse victims in addition to the $5 million it gave to victims and their families in December.
Two women are facing fraud charges after officials say they tried to take money from the State Fair Remembrance Fund.
The estates of the seven people who died will receive a total of $2.1 million.
Another suit has been filed for the Indiana State Fair stage collapse earlier this year.
The Indiana State Fair Commission said it aimed to give out the rest of the $400,000 to the victims on Monday.
The Indiana Attorney General‘s office received nine more tort claims in connection with the state fair stage collapse on the deadline day.
Suglarland is playing in Indiana today in a tribute show for victim's of this summer's stage collapse.
A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Alisha Brennon, whose partner, Christina Santiago, was killed in the accident.
A well-known compensation expert has agreed to handle the donation distributions to Indiana State Fair stage collapse victims.