It hasn't been a great pas month for football stadiums. According to numerous reports, a fire broke out at Wisconsin's Camp Randall Stadium involving "roofing solvent" during a renovation project; and a worker was even injured.
Per the Badgers athletic department, "A fire involving roofing solvent material occurred Wednesday morning during construction at the site of the south end zone renovation project at Camp Randall Stadium. The fire was extinguished by non-emergency personnel at the scene, but a subcontract worker was injured."
"The paramedics treated the injured individual and transported that person to a local hospital for further treatment," Wisconsin added.
College football fans reacted to the scary news on social media.
"A fire broke out at Wisconsin and a construction worker was injured at Camp Randall Stadium, where the south end zone is being renovated," tweeted Brandon Marcello.
"A person was taken to University Hospital with burns after a fire at Camp Randall Stadium on Wednesday morning, authorities reported," per the Wisconsin State Journal.
"A subcontract worker was taken to the hospital after the fire at Wisconsin's [Camp Randall] Stadium this morning," SI reported.
In March, the Denver Broncos' Mile High Stadium caught fire; and according to the team it'll be a "real challenge" to repair the damage.
Hopefully Camp Randall is in better shape, and the hospitalized worker's injuries aren't too serious.