“It started pouring rain, so the ball was wet and slippery,” Kelly Garrow, the museum’s director of communications, told to the media. Some museum staff members and bystanders, including a restaurant waiter, chased the ball down and were able to get a hold of it and deflate it. It was then put into a trailer by art handlers for repair. No one was injured in the incidenr. It was ready the next day and reinstalled on it’s place. The story put a little amusement in the news about this art exhibit. (Just imagine what grandfathers will have to say to kids after this, opening the doorway to the imagination).The RedBall Project of artist Kurt Perschke will be in Toledo until Monday after being exposed into unexpected spaces in cities across the globe, including Abu Dhabi, Paris, Toronto, Sydney and Montreal.