30 hurt after floor collapses at Clemson apartment complex, police say

CLEMSON, S.C. — About 30 people were hurt when a floor collapsed at an apartment complex in Clemson, South Carolina, multiple news outlets are reporting.

Update 2:10 p.m. EDT Oct. 21: Clemson police chief Jimmy Dixon said no one was trapped and there were no life-threatening injuries, WYFFreported.

Police tape surrounds an apartment complex after a floor collapsed early Sunday during a party in Clemson, South Carolina, (Mollie Simon/AP)

“I'm monitoring the situation, and my thoughts and prayers are with all who were injured," Clemson University president Jim Clements told the television station. "Our entire student support system will be available for any student impacted.”

A look inside the Clemson apartment clubhouse where dozens of people were injured after the floor collapsed. Courtesy: Joseph Lord

Posted by Dana Griffin WYFF News 4 on Sunday, October 21, 2018

Original report: Clemson police said the incident occurred about 12:30 a.m. Sunday during a private party at the Woodlands of Clemson neighborhood clubhouse, WHNS reported. The first floor of the building buckled, falling into the clubhouse's basement, authorities said.

Joe Galbreath, Clemson's associate vice president for strategic communications, confirmed that the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity hosted the event, WHNS reported.

Thirty people were being treated at area hospitals, according to WHNS. Police didn't know whether any of the victims' injuries were life-threatening, WYFF reported.

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