Final pieces of wreckage from State Fair stage collapse moved off site
The wreckage was moved and stored in a warehouse on the east side of Indianapolis.
Aftermath of stage collapse
Engineers from the consulting firm Thornton Tomasetti analyzed the damage and scanned the wreckage with lasers to build a 3-D model for several weeks before dismantling the stage in October.
The stage collapsed at a Sugarland concert on August 13 during the Indiana State Fair. Seven people died and several others were injured as a result.