Car Windows at UNI

Golf ball size hail pounded the UNI campus earlier this evening. The hail varied in size but the majority was golf ball size. The picture posted is one of the four currently known broken car windows.

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UNIandCPU says ... on Wednesday, Apr 7 at 1:46 PM

a lot of friends who lost their sunroofs/moonroofs and had dents

UNIandCPU says ... on Wednesday, Apr 7 at 1:45 PM

wow, uniparent! i am sorry about your daughter's car! it's odd that the hail was so "picky" about what parking lots to strike. it seems like the north dome lot and the tower's lot got most of the damage. my car was fine, but i know....

UNIcarguy says ... on Wednesday, Apr 7 at 10:14 AM

yea that was ny allero, i had to go to walmart and by a tarp for it. im jus glad i had full coverage

UNIPARENT says ... on Wednesday, Apr 7 at 6:03 AM

My daughter's car was totaled..she drove it back to CR last back window and completely covered with huge dents.. it was parked by the UNIdome

uniandcpu says ... on Tuesday, Apr 6 at 10:35 PM

must have been just the right combo of wind and hail on the north side to do damage...thankfully, the cp lot cars are okay

UNIstudent1 says ... on Tuesday, Apr 6 at 9:43 PM

The cars were on the north side of the Dome.

UNIandCPU says ... on Tuesday, Apr 6 at 9:18 PM

wow! where was this on campus? my car is in the CP lot of noeren/hagemann...dang...perhaps i'll go check my car...

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