SAN ANTONIO — St. Mark's Episcopal Church has assessed the damage done to its facility after high winds caused scaffolding across the street to collapse and fall into the Parish House on September 19.

  • Lots of water damage from crushed water chiller
  • Services will continue

Church leaders say the building had a large amount of water damage and much of the carpeting and ceiling tiles were removed. They say most of the damage was caused when a water chiller on the church roof was crushed during the accident.

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The Church's historic stained glass windows were not broken, but still need to be assessed for any unseen damage.

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The church is now using the Tucker Courtyard as its main entrance and services will continue.