Firefighters respond to alarm at University dorms

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Firefighters respond to alarm at University dorms

Tuesday, January 27, Fire fighters respond to a report of smoke in Mary Park Hall. Although there was no fire, they suspect that the smoke originated from some burt food on Tuesday, Jan. 27.

Tuesday, January 27, Fire fighters respond to a report of smoke in Mary Park Hall. Although there was no fire, they suspect that the smoke originated from some burt food on Tuesday, Jan. 27.

Tuesday, January 27, Fire fighters respond to a report of smoke in Mary Park Hall. Although there was no fire, they suspect that the smoke originated from some burt food on Tuesday, Jan. 27.

Tuesday, January 27, Fire fighters respond to a report of smoke in Mary Park Hall. Although there was no fire, they suspect that the smoke originated from some burt food on Tuesday, Jan. 27.

Peter Snarr

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Fire fighters responded to a fire alarm at the Mary Park Hall dorms at approximately 1:50 p.m. Tuesday.

No fire was detected and the building was not evacuated, according to Battalion Chief Lorrie Kalos.

“Someone smelled burning food but there ended up not being a fire,” Kalos said.

Multiple fire trucks were on the scene and determined the area was safe for students.