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NRG Stadium roof suffers damage from Hurricane Beryl

7/10/2024 11:06:56 AM
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Hurricane Beryl made landfall early Monday morning, blasting sustained winds up to 80 mph. The storm was downgraded from a category 1 hurricane to a tropical storm as it moved through Houston, but the damage has left more than 2 million residents without power, while flooding a handful of Houston's major roads. The impact wasn't limited to residents and highways, as photos surfaced of an apparent gaping hole in the roof of NRG Stadium, Leah Vann of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Ryan Walsh, CEO and Executive Director of Harris County Sports & Convention Corporation and NRG Park, acknowledged the damage in a statement released Tuesday afternoon.

"Like many of our neighbors in the Gulf Coast region, NRG Park sustained damage from Hurricane Beryl, including to the roof of NRG Stadium," Walsh said. "HCSCC officials are collaborating with state, county, and city officials to assist with recovery efforts throughout the region. This collective undertaking requires all of us to work together with a strong commitment to our community. While we assist with these efforts, we are also assessing the extent of damages to NRG Park facilities.

"We look forward to seeing our neighbors at NRG Park soon as we return to normal operations.” Ryan M. Walsh CEO/Executive Director HCSCC-NRG Park."

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