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High winds have caused some panels to dislodge from the Beaver Stadium south end scoreboard. For safety reasons, portions of Porter and Curtin roads, which border the stadium, are being closed until the wind advisory is lifted.
As part of work on the scoreboard in the south end of Beaver Stadium this week, panels on the roof of the scoreboard and those above the video screen were loosened for removal and replacement. Today's high winds caused some of those panels to dislodge and fly out of the stadium.
There has been some damage to at least one car in an adjacent parking lot, and one panel landed in the roadway. Because other panels remain unstable, a safety hazard remains. The panels cannot be secured because the high winds make it too dangerous for workers to be on the scoreboard.
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