By Alex Geli –
Fire trucks, sirens, evacuated citizens, oh my!
No flames? Huh? So much for that.
When citizens were ordered to evacuate Osburn Hall of Millersville University, worries were abundantly dispersed around the campus. Firemen were called to inspect a “hot wall,” as University spokesperson Janet Kacskos said, after a fire alarm was set off because of a “ventilation issue,” campus police said, in room 311 of the tech building.
“There were no flames, there were no injuries,” Kasckos said.
In no time, things were back to normal.
Kacskos confirmed that the building was reopened just a mere two hours after the call to the fire department. By 3:00 p.m., students were left with either disappointment or relief.
Whatever feeling was in the minds of the Marauders of Millersville, the fact that it was anything but a big deal will remain stagnant.
Below are photos from the disturbance taken by Kendal Phillips.