03-10-2000, 12:39 PM #1Ed SulkowskiFirehouse.com Guest
Seton Hall University - 9 injured in dryer fire
On 3/8 in the evening a clothes dryer in the gymnasium caught fire. The fire was extinguished by two students using extrinquishers. 62 people were evacuated from the buiding and 9 were treated for smoke inhalation and released. The university says the lint filters are emptied twice a day, but the fire was probably caused by an excessive lint buildup. The dryers are use for drying athletic uniforms, towels, etc. Two weeks prior state fire inspectors found 800 fire code violations at the university. Most of them were minor and would not have affected the outcome of the tragic dormitory fire.
02-18-2008, 11:12 AM #2
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