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Offline thetraditionalfrog

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Of your charity, please pray for the souls of those who lost their lives when the stage collasped last night at the Indiana State Fair. Please also pray for those injured, as well as the families and friends of those who feel asleep. The stage collapse occured moments before a Sugarland concert was to start. It was the result of a straight line wind preceeding a storm front.
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May they rest in peace and may the Lord comfort their families.
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