It’s been a year of bliss — and a few busts — for Mosaic Stadium.
The brand new $278-million facility is ending 2017 with some unexpected repairs.
An Evraz Place spokesperson told 980 CJME Wednesday a high-pressure water line in the stadium’s southwest end sprung a leak around 1 a.m. on Dec. 18.
While crews were able to quickly contain the leak, a significant amount of water got into a room holding the Riders’ equipment.
Repairs and cleanup are underway as Evraz Place and the Riders work on finding out how much damage was caused.
It’s not known what caused the water line at this time.