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U.P High School’s Garage Building With Buses Inside Collapses Because Of The Crazy Snow Storm

Written by TrevStone

This storm sucks. Everything about it sucks. It’s February and we are having the biggest snow storm that we’ve had in years? So bad… that Negaunee High School in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan’s garage storing the schools buses collapsed.

We’re suppose to be getting hit with 18-30+ inches over the next couple of hours, but look at this… Look what has happened already:

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From TV6/FoxUp-

The roof of the Negaunee Public Schools bus garage collapsed early Sunday morning during another winter storm.

Most of the damage is visible in the rear of the building. Multiple crews were working at the scene Sunday morning. About a foot of new snow fell overnight, with blizzard conditions expected later in the day as winds increase.

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The collapse broke the sprinkler system in the bus garage. That sent a stream of water onto US-41 in the lanes in front of the garage, near the M-35 intersection.

Negaunee Public Schools won’t be in session Monday because of a previously scheduled day off.

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They might as well shut down every school in the U.P along with every business. No one should be out on these roads. If you’re UP here as well, stay safe and warm. Don’t go driving.

Not the only thing that happened in the small town of Negaunee today, Shrunk Furniture’s roof collapsed.

There were no injuries.

Several front windows were out in the parking lot while the inside of the store was exposed to the weather.

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