Stay Away from the RCA Dome Demolition

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INDIANAPOLIS – JANUARY 13: A general view of the interior of the RCA DOme from field level during the AFC Divisional Playoff game between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Diego Chargers at the RCA Dome on January 13, 2008 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

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The new Lucas Oil Stadium is a beautiful facility, but it’s going to be somewhat of a sad day to see the RCA Dome take it’s final bow as the facility that held the Colts for their entire Indianapolis career up to this point as the picture above gracefully captures.

Perhaps it being a sad day is a good thing though. If you’re going to be so sad you should just stay at home and record the demolition on your own time when you’re good and ready for it. Whatever you do, the experts are highly suggesting you stay away from downtown and trying to catch it happen in person.

Officials said that the best place to see the implosion in progress is from home.

"I really believe that the best spot will be on TV, because the media cameras will be such that you can see the high angles," Scheele said.

There you have it, it’s kind of like actually going to a Colts game. The view from your living room and your own TV will be more than you could wish for, but there’s just something about being there in person to capture the whole experience. But, given the request of the experts, this time you really should stay home.

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