I’ve just received some of the photos myself. It looks like massive damage. It stayed condition one for most of 48 hours. The photos i have are of the heavy shop overhead doors blown away, broken windows and missing siding on one of the closed up dorms, and one of the converted oil storage tanks with a blown away roof.
The winds were sustained on the hill at 120mph with gusts to 160.
Nobody was hurt. As Ken M. put it. +Unlike the nut’s who go out and watch hurricaines, we stayed indoors.”
Thank you Skua77 for providing the info on the storm. Are you on the Ice
now? If you dont mind me asking…what is your position down there(provided
you are on the Ice now), also (provided of coarse) is Tom Cohenour on the
Ice or Mike Blachut or mabe even a couple electricians from the 2002-2003
season. Just wondering….
[font=Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif:8vqfesm7]Rick, Can’t help you, I haven’t been to the ice for awhile–but several folks sent me those pictures and I felt they were worth sharing. At the moment I’m in southeastern Indiana near Cincinnati… — Bill[/font:8vqfesm7]
I liked looking at those pictures, thanks for telling the group about them. 211 was my dorm, and I worked in MCC, both were damaged by wind and snow. I cant wait to hear more stories about the storm when I get back to the Ice, Im sure the Mactown rumourmill will be interesting.