Vikings Open Their Stadium Up to The Homeless on Record-Breaking Cold Night
On Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings were absolutely destroyed by the Indianapolis Colts by a score of 34-6, and everybody in U.S. Bank Stadium headed home on a record-breaking cold day in Minnesota.
Unfortunately for the homeless outside the stadium, there was no home to go to…until the Vikings stepped in.
It is a ridiculous and frigid -8 degrees in Minnesota on Sunday and everyone is feeling the pain of the cold. Nobody feels that pain more than the homeless in Minnesota, so the Vikings decided to open up their entire stadium so they could have a warm place to sleep through this horribly cold night.
BREAKING: @vikings announce US Bank Stadium will be open to homeless on record-breaking cold night.
— David Dellanave (@ddn) December 18, 2016