By Jack Fink, CBS 11 News

ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – There is new information out about problems involving Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium.

On Monday, the City of Arlington released new emails about the ice that fell off the stadium roof February 4, two days before the big game.

The ice falling from the roof injured six people.  One man who was critically injured was warned not to go outside the stadium because of the falling ice, but documents show he forced his way out and was hit by the ice.

An FBI agent’s car was also damaged by the falling ice.

Documents show a plan to loosen the ice on the roof didn’t work because the regular garden hose crews used at first didn’t have enough water pressure.