Content Tagged 'Evacuation'

Broken Sprinkler Head Prompts Dorm Evacuation at EKU
Officials at Eastern Kentucky University said a sprinkler head broke early Thursday morning, causing Martin Hall to be evacuated.
Update: Drain Blamed On Odor That Led To Building Evacuation At UK
An odor that led to the evacuation of the Chemistry and Physics Building on Rose Street on the UK campus Monday night was blamed on a drain, according to UK Police. Video Video
UK Students Complain Of Smell-Illness In Chemistry-Physics Building
The University of Kentucky said there was a possible Hazardous Materials incident in the Chemistry and Physics Building on Rose Street Monday night. The building was evacuated after some students complained of a smell that caused headaches.
Update: EKU's Palmer Hall Reopens After Police Search
EKU says students were allowed to return to Palmer Hall Monday night after an evacuation and police search.
Palmer Hall At EKU In Richmond Evacuated
EKU Police said a suspicious package was found inside Palmer Hall. As a precaution, the building was evacuated. People are asked to avoid the area along Park Drive and the Commonwealth parking lot.
UK Residence Hall Evacuated After Dryer Fire
A UK dorm building was evacuated Tuesday after firefighters say a clothes dryer caught fire.
Toxic Chemical Spill Causes Evacuation On Campus
Mercury spill on Eastern Kentucky University's campus leads to the evacuation of two buildings and causes a change in final exam location for some students. Video Video
Investigators: Kitchen Fire Led To Apartment Complex Evacuation
Investigators say a kitchen fire is to blame for the evacuation of a Lexington apartment complex Monday afternoon.
High Winds Hit Kentucky Speedway
People were evacuated at the Kentucky Speedway because of high winds today according to Police.
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