I was about to start a country music concert. At least four people were killed Sunday and 40 injured to collapse a scenario of the enclosure where celebrates the annual Indianapolis (EE UU) due to a strong gust of wind fair, as reported by the Department of security of Indianapolis. The authorities reported that the injured were immediately taken to Wishard hospital and the Methodist and the attendees were evacuated. The gust of wind burst unexpectedly when attendees at the annual fair were expecting to begin a concert by country music’s Sugarland duo, according to the Indianapolis Star newspaper. The Office of the Department of Homeland Security in Indiana has declared emergency 1 level, said the Fox television network.
Medical teams and rescue teams moved into the State Fairgrounds, where annually celebrates this fair that traded cattle and there are various competitions, in addition to music. There are no details on the seriousness of the injuries. According to David Lindquist, who was at the concert, wind was surprised completely to the public. In fact, the singer, who opened the concert, Sara Bareilles, commented at the end of his performance which was a nice night and 30 minutes later the stage structure collapsed. Bareilles sent a message of solidarity with the victims through his Twitter account and said they felt descorazonada by what had happened.
For its part, Jennifer Nettles, the Sugarland, said by the same means that her heart is broken by the fans and their families and sent a message of support to the wounded. Our prayers are with you so sad now. There are no words. It is a tragedy. Source of the news: four dead and 40 injured in EE UU to fall off a stage by strong winds.