Indianapolis cleans up after the Big Game
INDIANAPOLIS -- Super Bowl XLVI is in the history books, and now the city of Indianapolis is in clean-up mode!
Streets near Lucas Oil Stadium re-opened Monday as workers began tearing down tents, removing decorations, and hauling away trash!
But don't expect the city to return to normal overnight!
"We anticipate every day; we'll have a little bit more open,” said Mel Raines of the Super Bowl Host Committee.
"The stadium is going to be the last thing that's back to normal. That's not going to be for about three weeks. By the end of this week, it will look mostly back to normal.
The Super Bowl Host Committee expects to have every downtown street re-opened by Friday.