A Pendleton woman seriously hurt in the Indiana State Fair stage collapse continues to improve.
Andrea Vellinga will soon be moved to Michigan for further treatment.
Vellinga recently came out of a five week coma and had surgery on her skull. Her family said she's been re-learning comprehension skills and how to walk, talk and write again.
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The Michigan facility offers a high level of rehab not available in Indiana. Doctors said she'll be there for 3-6 months to learn how to become independent again.
Her family is asking supporters to pray for a full recovery.