Breaking News: Dallas Cowboys Indoor Training Bubble Collapses, Four Injured

James WilliamsonSenior Writer IMay 2, 2009

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA - MARCH 22:  Umpire Steve Bucknor prays on the pitch at the end of his final Test Match during day four of the third Test between South Africa and Australia played at Newlands on March 22, 2009 in Cape Town, South Africa.  (Photo by Hamish Blair/Getty Images)

The Dallas Cowboys training facility, which held their rookie camp, collapsed due to serious thunderstorms and heavy winds.

Four people were injured as a result.

Irving, Texas fire and rescue workers have reported that everyone has been accounted for, but they are still checking debris and rubble. Many players were still wearing helmets at the time, and helped rescue a reporter that had been trapped under debris while rain came down.

A coach is receiving treatment for head trauma, but the other three injured people are unknown. It is not known if they are players, coaches, or just workers.

The roof of the building collapsed first, after it started to tremble and light fixtures were shaking. It was an air-supported canopy with aluminum frames covering a 100-yard field.

More to come later.

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