A huge sewer overflow on the Dodger stadium roof last night has shut down the entire stadium and the sewer system, with more than 3,000 customers without water or electricity in the immediate area, the Dodgers announced on Twitter.
The stadium is now at a total capacity of 1,500,000, which is down from the 3,500k capacity that the city expects to see by the end of the week.
The stadium was expected to be ready for Opening Day, but the overflow caused by the sewage leak led to it being temporarily shut down.
According to the team, all customers in the area were able to get water and power.
A temporary backup system was set up in the parking lot at Dodger Plaza, which has now been activated.
The Dodger site is in the city’s Downtown Eastside neighborhood, which had a particularly busy night last night due to the storm.
In addition to the sewage overflow, there was a number of other problems with the sewer infrastructure.
The city said that the stadium was fully functional, but it did not have electricity.
There was a temporary outage of electricity, but that was not a big deal for the city.
The city also said that water and sewer connections were working.
The Dodgers will open their season opener against the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday night at Dodgertown.