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Confidential Settlement: The Australian rock band AC/DC has agreed to pay an undisclosed settlement to families of three teen-agers who were crushed to death by frenzied fans at a concert last January in Salt Lake City. Details of the out-of-court agreement were kept confidential. Participating in the settlement were Spectacor Management Group, which operates the convention center where the concert was held; United Concerts promoters, and Temporary Service Inc., which was in charge of security.

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