Monday night's rain caused a 20-foot by 20-foot roof collapse at Lakeland Ice Arena in Waterford. Luckily, no one was injured. 

There were dozens of youth hockey players inside when the collapse happened, fortunately none of the kids were using the ice at that time. The water rushed into the rink and according to FOX 2 Detroit, there were six inches of water in the area within minutes. There are three rinks in the building, and the other two were left unharmed. The one that suffered the damage, they hope to have reopened in a month.