Massive college student party in Texas causes floor of apartment to collapse

Massive college student party in Texas causes floor of apartment to collapse

Massive college student party in Texas causes floor of apartment to collapse

Students from the University of North Texas were celebrating homecoming weekend and were at a party on the third floor of a student housing complex. He says the party got out of control and there were people in his apartment he didn't know.

"It was just way too many people in my apartment, I have no idea who these people were", said Abiola Busari, who threw the party in his apartment.

Emergency crews responded to the student-only apartment complex located outside Dallas, but no one was taken to hospital, according to local media.

Only minor injuries were reported, Denton Police said. Moments before the collapse, two of the tenants drove to the police department to report the loud party that shook their home.

"TV's, computers, just everything", Carroll told WFAA. The junior at the University of North Texas said he was dancing when the collapse occurred and also fell into the apartment below. "Everything you need for college is gone".

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"People gotta grab their wallets, keys, back packs because we have school tomorrow", said Trent Blackburn.

Denton police tell NBC 5 that they never received any 911 calls to complain about the noise before the collapse.

Glenn says at least 30 people were in the apartment when the floor gave way, although some witnesses and Twitter video of the incident show more people.

Students affected by this say both the apartment management and the university have helped secure places for them to stay, mostly in hotels or dorms and food. They're waiting to have structural engineers come in to verify that there's no structural damage that would cause a further building collapse.

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