Part Of Lexington Apartment Floor Collapses During Party

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Updated: 1/19 10:13 pm

A Lexington apartment complex said they are working to repair the units that were damaged during a party Saturday night.

Lexington Firefighters said a party at The Lex on Broadway caused part of the floor to collapse.

They said at least 100 people were in the apartment Saturday night.

According to firefighters, the guests were jumping around and dancing. They said that eventually the floor gave out and collapsed.

The damage is on the floor of one apartment and the ceiling of the one below it.

Firefighers said both of those apartments have been condemned.

The Lex said they are working to get the units back to like new conditions as soon as possible.

Firefighters said no one was hurt.

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