#MartaBus photobombs network's coverage of stadium implosion

#MartaBus photobombs network's coverage of stadium implosion
Posted at 8:28 AM, Nov 21, 2017
and last updated 2017-11-21 08:28:39-05

The Weather Channel had a perfect vantage point to view Monday's implosion of the Georgia Dome in Atlanta; a spectacular event that only took seconds to complete. 

Unfortunately those precious seconds were blocked by a city bus making its rounds. 

The bus stopped in front of the camera for 20 seconds. In those 20 seconds, the entire implosion took down the 25-year-old former home to the Atlanta Falcons. 

"Get out of the way bus!" the camera operator could be heard saying.

The once 80,000-seat stadium closed earlier this year as the Atlanta Falcons moved next door to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. 

Despite being a relatively young stadium, the Falcons' new stadium features a number of bells and whistles. While the Georgia Dome cost $214 million to build, Mercedes-Benz Stadium cost $1.6 billion. 


The bus photobomb is amazingly similar to another incident at a demolition in Scotland last year, where a public transportation bus perfectly blocked the view of the demolition of Norfolk Court flats in Glasgow.