End of an era: Trump Plaza in Atlantic City scheduled for implosion Wednesday at 9 a.m.

The final plans are going on today for Wednesday’s 9 a.m. scheduled implosion of Trump Plaza in Atlantic City.
The hotel opened back in 1984 as the largest hotel and casino in Atlantic City. It was the city's 10th casino and hotel, costing $210 million to build.
The casino and hotel closed for good roughly 30 years later as the lowest performing casino in Atlantic City.
Former President Donald Trump was no longer owner of the casino at the time of its closure.
News 12 will have live reports beginning Wednesday at 5 a.m.