Ice hazard shuts four of 10 entrances to stadium

Two days after falling ice sent several to a local hospital, the remaining hazard on the roof of Cowboys Stadium has compelled the closure of four of 10 entrances to the cavernous venue, according to the Associated Press.

And it really is freaking cavernous.

It remains to be seen whether a 40-percent reduction in the ingress/egress routes will impact the ability of fans to get in or out of the stadium.

10 responses to “Ice hazard shuts four of 10 entrances to stadium

  1. Jerry Jones, what is wrong with this guy? He had the disaster with the training facility and now this. Spends so much money on players and never even gets to the League Championship, never mind the Super Bowl. He must have some major character flaws that are his undoing. Too big an EGO?

  2. thingamajig says: Feb 6, 2011 3:30 PM

    “Did the fire dept approve of a 40% decrease in whats probably emergency exits?”

    I’m sure the envelope changed hands already.

  3. Problem solved: Just allow all the annoying inbred steeler fans through those 4 entrances, they are easily replaced, since they seem to crawl out from under rocks and other crevices once the team starts playing well. They carry terrible towels, so they are always prepared to have something to cry into, will be useful tonight>

  4. “It remains to be seen whether a 40-percent reduction in the ingress/egress routes will impact the ability of fans to get in or out of the stadium.”

    What a bizarre statement. Of course shutting down 40% of the entrances/exits will, at least somewhat, impair the ability of people to get in and out.

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