INDIANAPOLIS — An attorney for a stagehands union says it is willing to turn over records state officials are seeking in their investigation of the deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse.
William Groth said during a Wednesday court hearing that the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 30 is willing to turn over apprenticeship training files on employees who were working during the Aug. 13 collapse that killed seven people.
Groth tells The Indianapolis Star the agreement to turn over the training records is tentative.
Union officials last week turned away state workplace safety investigators when they tried to serve a search warrant at the union's Indianapolis office.
A Marion County judge has extended until a Nov. 2 hearing his stay of that search warrant.