STAIND 'Mosh Pit' Causes Injury

The Echo, the student newspaper of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, reports that police officers responded to an accidental injury during STAIND's Sept. 22 concert at the McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, TN. Upon arrival, the officers were told by the victim that while he was in the mosh pit, he was pushed by an unknown party that was "slam" dancing. The victim fell forward and heard his right knee pop. Officers got the victim an ice pack and the victim declined any other medical attention at the time. According to the report, the victim just wanted the incident recorded and sat for the rest of the concert.


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