No Charges In Concert Deaths

Salt Lake City police have decided not to file criminal negligence charges in connection with the death of three teenagers crushed at a Jan. 18 concert of recording artists AC/DC. The deaths are being blamed on the practice of general admission or festival seating, which caused fans near the front of the stage to be trampled when AC/DC took the stage.

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