A 19-year-old woman is in stable condition at Albany Medical Center Hospital after falling from a portable light tower during Sunday night’s Phish concert in Saratoga Springs, NY, reports Albany’s Times Union.
According to authorities, the woman was naked and “under the influence of drugs or alcohol” when she climbed up a temporary light pole in a parking lot by the Victoria Pool in Saratoga Spa State Park at 9:36 p.m. She then “mumbled something incoherent” and fell 25 feet, sustaining numerous injuries, including broken legs and a broken wrist.
In other Phish news, the band will release a six-CD box set containing two complete shows from the band's 1994 tour on July 31. Titled Chicago ‘94, the set features performances recorded live on June 18 and November 25, 1994 at UIC Pavilion in Chicago, IL. Fans who pre-order the box set at drygood.phish.com will receive one of six limited edition baseball trading cards created by Chicago artist Jim Pollock.
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