COLUMBIA — Both Harpo's and Quinton's Bar and Deli have agreed to preserve visual and audio recordings of the day Kelsi Poe fell from an interior stairwell at Quinton's, Poe's attorney, Ron Netemeyer, said.
A hearing on a permanent injunction was scheduled to take place Friday morning, but both Harpo's and Quinton's agreed not to destroy any evidence, Netemeyer said.
There are "no immediate plans," Netemeyer said, for a civil case against either bar.
Poe fell from the interior stairwell on Sept. 4, and fractured her face, neck and skull. Poe had four times the legal limit of alcohol for driving in her system at the time, according to police. She was released from the hospital Sept. 30.