Fire at ISU Campus Housing

Fire at ISU Campus Housing

The blaze started around 10:30 a.m. and was contained to two rooms. The third and fourth floors have been evacuated until officials can assess the damage. In the mean time, displaced residents were sent to the Red Cross.
Terre Haute firefighters jumped into action Tuesday morning, when fire erupted at an Indiana State housing complex for married students.

The blaze started around 10:30 a.m. and was contained to two rooms.
   
The third and fourth floors have been evacuated until officials can assess the damage.
   
In the mean time, displaced residents are being sent to the Red Cross.   
   
The cause for the fire was been ruled accidental.

"The flame damage looks like it's restricted to just two units on the fourth floor," said Chief Bill Mercier, Indiana State University Police.

No one was injured in the blaze.

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