Watch These 2 Brave People Walk On The Icy Roof Of The Rogers Centre To Fix A Hole Caused By The Storm (Video)
Either the best or worst job in the world here.
So as you probably saw yesterday on social media the ice storm that hit southern Ontario last weekend caused a.
It even managed to. And some of that ice falling off the CN Tower clearly blew on to Rogers Centre and it put a giant hole in the dome's roof.
The Blue Jays had to cancel their game against the Kansas City Royals yesterday, this never usually happens because the roof keeps the weather out.
Just when you think the @kcroyals have an opportunity to play a game in a retractable roof stadium during this crazy weather, a giant icicle falls from the CN Tower, punctures a hole through the roof of the Rogers Centre, damages the field and jeopardizes the game. Nothing at this point will surprise me...nothing. 🎥 INCLUDED ❄️⚾️🇨🇦💥 #royalsstrength #kcroyals #royals #raisedroyal #foreverroyal
Yesterday though the weather came crashing through the roof and landed on the field so of course 2 people had to go up and fix it today.
And someone caught it on film.
There’s a job most people probably don’t want to do. Walk outside on a curbed dome with ice and wind and snow.
The video of the 2 workers walking on the roof is officially enough to give anyone with a fear of heights a mini panic attack.
You can see them walking on the curved part of the roof before opening and disappearing into some hatch in the roof.
Despite the complete terror of walking on the roof it seems as though they managed to do their job right.
While we're certainly not into making guarantees (anymore), today's doubleheader will go on as scheduled. Let's play ball! pic.twitter.com/xNqxj8Q18s— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) April 17, 2018
The Jays are scheduled to play a doubleheader today and according to the team’s twitter account everything is good to go.
So there’s baseball today thanks to these 2 fearless hero’s.
You can see the video below.