UT fraternity house almost damaged by fire

Posted on Thursday, November 13th, 2014 at 2:51 pm    

A University of Texas fraternity house was nearly damaged after a fire accidentally broke out, KXAN reported on November 11.

Reports said Austin Fire crews responded on a fire incident that occurred before 8:00 a.m. at the fraternity house of Pi Kappa Alpha on Leon Street. External fraternity Vice President J.D. Swancoat stated that the house’s temporary wooden deck sustained minor damage from the fire and the house was not damaged. No one inside the house was hurt from the fire. The fire resulted in an estimated $2,500 worth of damages. Fraternity members were preparing for a party when the fire broke out.

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