Superstorm Sandy damages Rock Hall of Fame
MTV reports that 60 mph winds tore off the siding on the upper level of the Cleveland, Ohio-based museum (pictured) and rattled the memoribilia but none of the exhibits were damaged.
The building is located near Lake Erie so rising water was a major concern for city officials. A spokesperson for the Hall of Fame told a local news outlet that the building suffered no flooding or structural damage when the storm hit and added that the damage to the siding was "superficial, not structural."
As a result of the severe weather, the museum opened one hour later than usual on Tuesday.
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