The investigation continues into Saturday's tent collapse outside a bar in downtown St. Louis. 58 year old Alfred Goodman, a retired iron worker from Waterloo, Illinois, died and about 100 people suffered some sort of injury when a powerful gust of wind destroyed the tent next to Kilroy's Sports Bar just a few blocks south of Busch Stadium. It was packed with fans who'd attended Saturday's Cardinals versus Brewers game.
A large gust of wind apparently picked up the tent and dropped it on the patrons with little warning. Goodman had attended the game with his brother and was inside the tent when it collapsed. About a half dozen people remained hospitalized on Sunday, recovering from more serious injuries. St. Louis City officials says they are reviewing procedures for businesses who construct large tents outside their establishments, and how to deal with large crowds in bad weather. There was a moment of silence at Busch Stadium yesterday before the game began.