Boom at Quinnipiac Was Boiler Implosion

No one was hurt and the scene is clear.

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    Alexandra Cordi
    There was a large emergency response at Quinnipiac after a boiler implosion

    No one was hurt, but several Quinnipiac University students were a bit alarmed when they heard a loud boom on the campus on Tuesday afternoon.

    It was caused by a boiler implosion underneath the Lender School of Business, which houses the schools of business and communication, just before 3 p.m., according to school officials and Tweets from the school.

    Emergency crews responded and the building has been reopened.  

    There was no structural damage, school officials said.
     

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