Niagara Falls To Go Blue For Damar Hamlin And The Buffalo Bills

Check Out the Blue at the Horseshoe and American Falls, This Tuesday Night from 9 to 9:15 P.M.

A News Release from the Niagara Parks Commission in Niagara, Ontario

Posted January 3rd, 2023 on Niagara At Large

The Horseshoe Falls in blue. Photo courtesy of Ontario’s Niagara Parks Commission

Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin

Niagara Falls, Ontario – The Niagara Falls Illumination Board will illuminate both the American Falls and Canadian Horseshoe Falls in blue tonight (this Tuesday, January 3rd) from 9:00 to 9:15 p.m. in support for Damar Hamlin, the Buffalo Bills, and the City of Buffalo.

Buffalo Bills’ player Damar Hamlin was transported to a Cincinnati hospital during the Buffalo Bills-Cincinnati Bengals game last evening. Niagara Falls’ thoughts are with Hamlin, his team, and the City of Buffalo.

A Statement by Buffalo, New York-Area Congressman Brian Higgins

“Like the rest of Western New York and fans across the country, our focus at this moment is to pray and wish for a full recovery for Damar Hamlin. Our hearts are with his relatives, his Bills family on the field, and his extended Bills Mafia family.

Additional discussions are sure to come in the days ahead. In the short term, we’ve reached out to leadership on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which has jurisdiction over sports-related issues, to first and foremost advance a dialogue about player health and safety, and the mental health of the NFL players, coaches, and staff following this traumatic event.”

NIAGARA AT LARGE Encourages You To Join The Conversation By Sharing Your Views On This Post In The Space Following The Bernie Sanders Quote Below.

“A Politician Thinks Of The Next Election. A Leader Thinks Of The Next Generation.” – Bernie Sanders


One response to “Niagara Falls To Go Blue For Damar Hamlin And The Buffalo Bills

  1. I was watching and have seen injuries in the past but this was obviously something extraordinary and horrible.
    He had a site to raise $25,000 for toys for poor kids. Last night it soared to almost 4 million.
    It was sad to see his teammates and even the Bengals in tears.


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