Watertown Ice Arena Reopens After Wind Damages Roof
Things are getting back to normal at the Watertown ice arena after the roof was damaged by high winds on Sunday.
Gusts reached more than 60 miles per hour in the city.
The arena closed Sunday after a worker noticed a 120-foot piece of metal hanging from the roof.
The metal flashing, which is used to prevent flooding in the arena, was taken down Monday morning before anyone got hurt.
A roofing company will assess the damage this week.
The arena reopened Monday.
Monday, September 22, 2014, Watertown, NY
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