My old neighborhood used to be a nice little place to live. But since I moved back, rampant crime has made it a desperate, dangerous wasteland. It just took a botched burglary at a friend’s house for me to wake up and see it.
On August 13, 2011, a violent wind gust toppled 35 tons of stage rigging onto the crowd gathered for a Sugarland concert. Now, survivors of the Indiana State Fair stage collapse reveal the chaos, terror, heroism, providence, and pain of that night. And the slow healing.