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FALLING TILES WILL REQUIRE REPAIRS BEFORE SKYDOME CAN REOPEN
Published June 23, 1995
After seven spectators were injured by two falling panels, Toronto officials have "required" repairs be made before SkyDome can reopen, according to the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. SkyDome VP David Garrick after the incident: "There is an engineering crew there right now going over every panel and tomorrow morning the people who did the installation will be brought in to check everything again." Garrick said the facility will be open for an Argonauts game tonight, "We've had 35 million people through here in the past 6 1/2 years and nothing like this has happened before" (Michael Grange, Toronto GLOBE & MAIL, 6/23).