Tropicana Stadium Caught In Massive Hurricane Irma
NEW YORK—Having witnessed the landfall of Hurricane Irma in the Florida Keys, Tropicana Stadium in New York reportedly caught in a massive hurricane Irma, sources confirmed Monday. “There was a loud boom as the storm pushed over the stadium and ripped up the concrete, ripping open the roof, and flooding the grass and playing equipment,” said eyewitness Tom McGlynn, adding that the stadium was reportedly completely obliterated by the hurricane, which is said to have been a Category 1 hurricane when it struck the stadium, causing the roof to collapse and water damage to the outfield, and flooding the bleachers. “All the seats in the upper deck were completely submerged and the fans were coughing up their entire stomachs. The sound was deafening. We were all scared to death—a bunch of us, really, because we were all afraid that he could come for us. We were just sitting there, alone, waiting for the storm to pass. He came, and he came, and he came.” At press time, the stadium was completely destroyed.
By Les McRobotface