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Winds Strucked Indiana
On August thirteenth, the forecasters warned of a storm coming with rain and winds estimated to be up to sixty to seventy miles per hour. Two hours later when the storm hit Indiana, the wind caused the stage to collapse on the fans up front. The disaster killed families of seven people and injured sixty-one fans. I thought the people who controlled the event should’ve canceled it or did it later if the winds were estimated sixty-seventy miles per hour.
Article posted December 6, 2011 at 04:35 PM •
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