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MUSLIM Student Sets Off Bomb In Argenta Dorm Room...Eight Injured...


Of course the authorties can not say "GAS" explosion....

But the authorities can say "UTILITY" incident....

Eight people injured in explosion at University of Nevada, Reno dorm

RENO, Nev. – Eight people were injured Friday in an explosion at a University of Nevada, Reno dormitory, authorities say. According to Steve Leighton, operations chief for the Reno Fire Department, six people were treated at the scene. Two were transferred to the hospital, but have been released. There was major damage to the building, Leighton said. University officials are calling the explosion a utilities accident. "There has been a utilities accident on the main campus Police and fire on scene please stay away," UNR sent in a text message to faculty and students. Leighton said a single-engine company initially responded to a fire alarm and a small explosion in the basement of UNR's Argenta Hall at around 1 p.m. "While we we were there investigating it, there was a larger explosion that damaged a large portion of the center of the building." Leighton said. "We're not sure how it happened; possibly some sort of mechanical failure inside the building. Source


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