Authorities say several people have been hurt after a stagecoach overturned at the Indiana State Fair.
Fair spokesman Andy Klotz says five people were transported to Methodist Hospital with non-life threatening injuries after the accident Sunday afternoon.
WISH-TV quotes Indiana State Police as saying there are no serious injuries.
The accident involved a six-horse coach making a figure-eight movement inside a ring inside the Pepsi Coliseum.
WISH says the coach was carrying four judges, a fair princess and the fair queen.
People in the stands rushed to the floor of the arena to help the injured.
The accident occurred the day before the one-year anniversary of a stage collapse at the fair that killed seven people and injured dozens of other people.
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