Busch Removes Decorations for Safety

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
Stadium from Below ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
Busch Removes Dangers ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
Bare Busch ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
Busch Stripped of Decorations ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
Stadium Safety Concerns ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
Busch Inside-Out ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
VP of Stadium Operations Joe Abernathy Points Out Changes ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
Removing Stadium Plates ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
Decorations Taken Down Amid Safety Concerns ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) - Busch Stadium undergoes a bit of remodeling after a 2-by-4-foot metal plate fell from its upper eaves last week. Stadium officials decided to remove all of the decorative plates to prevent any future accidents. No one was hurt when the plate fell to the sidewalk. (KMOX/Dan Warner)
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