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Dodger Stadium Flooded? Hurricane Hilary To Blame?

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On Sunday, a picture of Dodger Stadium that appeared to be flooded quickly gained popularity on social media. But the stadium was not actually flooded.

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Raindrops gleaming on the stadium's concrete parking lots gave the appearance of flooding because the photo was taken from an aerial angle.

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The Dodgers organization verified that the field was entirely dry and that the stadium wasn't flooded. People were alarmed because the shot was taken during Hurricane Hilary.

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Many people shared the image because they thought Dodger Stadium had flooded, which caused it to go viral. However, the storm did not harm the stadium.

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The image serves as a reminder of the need to exercise caution when viewing content on social media. Not all of what you see is genuine.

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Before you share something, it's crucial to verify the information, especially if it can be damaging or deceptive.

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The image in this instance was misleading but not harmful. It is crucial to be conscious of the possibility of false information on social media and to take precautions to confirm the information you see.

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