St. Louis police step up security at Busch Stadium for World Series
41 Action News Staff
5:46 AM, Oct 22, 2013
10:36 PM, Oct 22, 2013
SAINT LOUIS, Mo. - Although the World Series won't be in Saint Louis for a few more days, officials with Busch Stadium are already working to make sure everything is safe.
Saint Louis police and several other agencies are working together on security measures.
"The FBI will have resources on the ground, ATF will have bomb-detection dogs on the ground, Homeland Security will be in the facility with us," Chief Sam Dotson said. "So, everybody that you would think would be there is going to be there and has a very specific job to make sure the game is as flawless as possible."
The best-of-seven World Series game between the Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox begins in Boston on Wednesday night. Game three is in Saint Louis on Saturday.