SAN ANTONIO -- Crews on Monday were removing large chunks of limestone after Saturday's collapse of one of two slabs over an alcove for a decorative fountain on the River Walk, just down from Main Plaza.(from KSAT-12)
Paula Stallcup, director of downtown operations, said the slabs overhead are 8 to 10 feet long, 14 inches tall and about 2 to 3 feet thick.
She said no one was injured.
Stallcup also said an engineer will look into why the collapse occurred as well as make certain the remaining slab is secure.
Monday, August 01, 2011
Alcove crashes into River Walk
This definitely something that you don't want happening on your world-famous tourist attraction.