Colorado State University Explosion: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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The arts building at Colorado State University. (Wikipedia)

At least two students have been hospitalized in an explosion on campus at Colorado State University, reports The Denver Post.

Here’s what you need to know:

1. One Student Mixed Chemicals

The two students were reportedly in chemistry lab when a student mixed a chemical with water causing the explosion.

2. A Total of 3 Students Were Hurt

Another student was treated at the scene for cuts to their hand, reports 9 News.

3. There is No Further Threat

No damage is being reported to the building. The college is not reported to be on lockdown, according to the CSU Police & Safety.

4. 1 of the Injured Students Caused the Explosion

One of the injured students is reported by The Post to be the one who caused it.

5. The School is One of the Most Famous in Colorado

The school, located in Fort Collins, Colorado, is the alma-mater of Oscar winner Keith Carradine.

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