(NASHVILLE, IN) - The owners of a Nashville concert hall destroyed in an arson nearly two years ago will not receive insurance money.
A judge recently ruled that because the owners didn't maintain the sprinkler system, the insurance company had no obligation to pay for the $3 million fire at the Little Nashville Opry.
No charges have been filed in connection with the fire.
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