A Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey performer was injured during the 11 a.m. Saturday performance at the i Wireless Center in Moline.

Paramedics immediately helped her, and she will make a full recovery, according to Ashley Walding, marketing coordinator and group sales manager for the i Wireless Center.

The "Dragons" show continues at 1 p.m. Monday. Tickets start at $13. For more information, call 309-764-2001.

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Steve B

I'm sure they injured some elephants, too.


My daughter and I saw her fall. I hope se recovers soon.


Your kidding right? Next time please try and not post so much info!!!!!


You had to close the article with an ad for tickets? Classy...


Excellent journalism


I think you misunderstand the reason for having a web site or an app on a cell phone. The propose of these are to inform the public about an event with the information that you have at that time and then update the site as more information comes to light. Journalism is not a part of these sites, if I want all the details I can WAIT until I read it in the paper or hear it on the TV news.


So there are better articles in the Times paper version? Really?


You will find the very same story - word for word in the Argus-Dispatch - which means it was a news release from Ringling Brothers. If so many people on this site dislike the Times stories then why are you on the site in the first place??


So.... wow, great article! The level of detail in this reporting is amazing.


Took my family to the 5 PM Sunday show. It was spectacular, my Grandson loved it.


Right on top of this one!!

We landed on the moon too.

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