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The Georgia Dome, an Atlanta landmark and host of the Atlanta Falcons as well as the 1994 and 2000 Super Bowls, was imploded on Monday.
The associate science editor of the Weather Channel, James Crugnale, waited 40 minutes for this moment, as the event was being live streamed.
His stream swiftly became iconic for obvious reasons.
TFW you stream the #GAdome being demolished for 40 minutes and a bus stops in front of the camera at the exact mome… https://t.co/VUJsRWsu2H — James Crugnale (@James Crugnale)
The most Atlanta thing to ever happen? MARTA bus parks right in front of The Weather Channel's Dome implosion shot… https://t.co/WrAB4stCYO — Atlanta Journal-Constitution (@Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Atlanta's public transit in one tweet. https://t.co/4VIJeCb1yq — Grant McAuley (@Grant McAuley)
Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for Marta, the relevant bus company, Goldie Taylor, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Given the potential dangers of bringing down the largest structure of its kind... If this is the biggest story, we’re really glad about that.
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