Baseball Lights Removed in Hannibal; Safety Cited

1 decade 3 years 4 months ago Friday, April 14 2006 Apr 14, 2006 Friday, April 14, 2006 6:35:09 PM CDT April 14, 2006 in News
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HANNIBAL - Don't expect night baseball games anytime soon at Clemens Field in Hannibal. An inspection showed the wooden light poles were at risk for falling over, so the northeast Missouri town's Parks Department is taking them down. The work began yesterday. City officials note the poles have cracks, and some are already leaning. The ballpark sits near a creek that floods when the Mississippi River does, and the poles have been through many periods of high water. Officials were worried a strong wind might blow them over.

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