INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Indiana State Police say the Marion County Coroner's office has been given notice that the seventh death following the tragedy at the Indiana State Fair is likely to come Monday.
Meagan Toothman, 24, is on life support at an Indianapolis hospital where, according to a website maintained by friends and families, surgeries are scheduled Monday afternoon that will "provide the gift of sight, health and life to dozens who are in need."
Toothman, of Cincinnati, was in the front row at the Sugarland concert when the rigging gave way.
"Late last night it became apparent that our Meagan was no longer with us. The decision was made to allow to her to be at peace," the website reads, "Her light will continue to shine on all of us as her journey of hope continues on to heaven."
Six people have died and more than 40 were injured when the metal stage rigging collapsed Saturday Aug. 13.
Indiana State Police say their earlier release that Toothman had passed away was an error.
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