FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – Fire crews were called to the Colorado State University campus on Sunday to put out a fire in Piñon Hall. It happened in one of the girl’s dormitories.
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CSU FIRE UPDATE Fire was controlled at 2:20. One person was checked for smoke inhalation and released. PFA investigators beginning investigation. Plum Street is still closed. pic.twitter.com/AxqNNWJ323READ MORE: Ballpark Shooting: Michael Close Pleads Not Guilty By Reason Of Insanity In Death Of Isabella Thallas, Family Says
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Students who were moving in had to be evacuated and authorities shut down Plum Street which runs through campus for a short time.
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Campus police say the fire started on the first floor but the cause is still being investigated.