Carnage Left in the Collapse's Wake

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    May 3: An aerial view of the collapsed roof of the Dallas Cowboys indoor practice facility in Irving, Texas after high winds toppled the structure is shown. The team was holding a mini camp with rookie players and coaches inside the facility when it collapsed due to high wind. The Cowboys' special teams coach was set for surgery Monday on his fractured cervical vertebrae after the team's practice facility collapsed in the fierce wind.

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    May 4: This photo released by the Dallas Cowboys shows scouting assistant Rich Behm, 33, who sustained a fracture to the Thoracic spine after the team's indoor canopy collapsed on Saturday. The fracture caused a severing of the spinal cord causing permanent paralysis from the waist down.

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    May 4: This photo released by the Dallas Cowboys shows assistant athletic trainer Greg Gaither, 35, who sustained a fracture to the tibia and fibula in his right leg when the Cowboys indoor practice canopy collapsed in Irving, Texas. The fracture was surgically repaired and he is scheduled to be released from the hospital later this week.

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    May 4: This photo released by the Dallas Cowboys shows special teams coach Joe DeCamillis, 43, during a football rookie mini camp in Irving, Texas. DeCamillis sustained a fracture of one of his cervical vertebrae after the team's indoor practice facility collapsed during a high wind on Saturday. The fracture was surgically repaired and he is scheduled to be released from the hospital later this week.

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    May 2: Firefighters investigate the collapsed canopy that covered the Dallas Cowboys indoor football facility in Irving, Texas, on Saturday. Four Cowboys staff members were injured when the roof collapsed on Saturday. Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said all of the players and coaches were accounted for, and he didn't know the extent of the injuries to the four staff members who were hospitalized.

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    May 2: Firefighters investigate the collapsed canopy that covered the Dallas Cowboys indoor football facility in Irving, Texas, on Saturday. Four Cowboys staff members were injured when the roof collapsed on Saturday. Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said all of the players and coaches were accounted for, and he didn't know the extent of the injuries to the four staff members who were hospitalized.

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    May 2: The scene outside the Dallas Cowboys indoor practice facility that collapsed during a storm in Irving, Texas. Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said four team support staff members were injured and all players and coaches were accounted for. The roof came down during a severe thunderstorm while the team was going through the second day of a three-day rookie mini camp.

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    May 2: Dallas Cowboy football player Victor Butler, right, and DeAngelo Smith, left, along with teammates and staff search the wreckage for trapped people following the collapse of the team's indoor practice facility during a storm. Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said four team support staff members were injured and all players and coaches were accounted for. The roof came down during a severe thunderstorm while the team was going through the second day of a three-day rookie mini camp.

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    May 2: Dallas Cowboys staff and team members find a trapped staff member under the wreckage after the canopy covering the Cowboys indoor practice facility collapsed on Saturday. Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said all of the players and coaches were accounted for, and he didn't know the extent of the injuries to the four staff members, who were hospitalized.

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    May 2: Rescue workers look over the collapsed canopy that covered the Dallas Cowboys indoor football facility in Irving, Texas, on Saturday. Four Cowboys staff members were injured when the roof collapsed on Saturday. Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said all of the players and coaches were accounted for, and he didn't know the extent of the injuries to the four staff members, who were hospitalized.

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