The roof of an ice rink in the Czech Republic collapsed under the weight of snow but no one was injured, an official said Saturday. Nobody was inside when the roof of the rink the town of Humpolec, 90 kilometers (55 miles) southeast of Prague, collapsed late Friday, firefighter Jan Musil said.
Authorities were investigating why the roof of the rink, which was opened in 2004 collapsed, but the weight of snow was a likely cause, he said.
On Saturday, the snow-covered roof of a pigs farm caved in the nearby village of Rodinov, Czech radio reported. About 350 to 400 pigs who inside escaped uninjured, it said. In last few days, dozens of roofs collapsed throughout the country amid heavy snowfall, reports the AP.
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