An Update On RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE's LOLLAPALOOZA Set

According to ChicagoTribune.com, Jake Willens, a medical official working the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, reports that about 100 people were treated during the first two days of the festival, most for dehydration and twisted ankles. Only one person was treated for punch wounds suffered in a fight. He says there were no serious injuries suffered during the RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE performance, though some people were taken to the hospital for broken bones and most would be released by Monday.

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