Hollywood Casino in St. Louis Loses Roof in Severe Storms

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
May/31/2013
Hollywood Casino in St. Louis Loses Roof in Severe Storms

Friday nights severe storms throughout Oklahoma and Missouri have left significant damage including a lost roof at the Hollywood Casino in Maryland Heights, Missouri outside of St. Louis.  Trees and light poles were also down outside the casino.  (This story was still developing)

No injuries were immediately reported at the casino.  An evacuation was taking place.

The storm tore through the area at approximately 9:10 pm local time.

The Penn National-owned casino features 120,000 square-feet of space with 2,100 slots and video poker machines. There are 70-plus table games. 

The casino features 120,000 square-feet of space with 2,100 slots and video poker machines. There are 70-plus table games .

A hotel with over 500 rooms is attached to the casino.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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