What’s going on over at Hall-Atwater?

You might have noticed the ten gazillion (well, like, four) firetrucks that are currently on either side of Hall-Atwater (on Church and Lawn). Here are some shitty quality pictures I took on my cell-phone:I spoke briefly to a member of the Middletown Fire Department, and he suggested that there wasn’t any fire, but rather either a water leak or an electrical problem or both. A student who was nearby said that she had tried to get into Hall-Atwater, but the double doors were locked – and water was seeping out. Hopefully everyone is okay.

If anyone has more information, please comment / send it in!

[Edit] Tyler Wuthmann ’11 says:

I was in hall atwater in my lab and I heard a huge bang. Went outside and this pipe had burst but it didnt look like one of the water ones and it smelled weird. It also started leaking all over the halls like in random places. Called Psafe. They said it might be a chemical spill and told HA labs to evacuate. They prolly called the fire-d to just be safe. I dont think it was anything more than a frozen pipe? IDk im from CA. Pipes dont freeze.

10 thoughts on “What’s going on over at Hall-Atwater?

  1. Laurel F. Appel

    My thanks to the students who (I am told) blocked the space under my office door to keep out the flood, and also helped with mops last night.Laurel F. Appel(Next door to the flooded coldroom in Hall-Atwater)

  2. Laurel F. Appel

    My thanks to the students who (I am told) blocked the space under my office door to keep out the flood, and also helped with mops last night.

    Laurel F. Appel
    (Next door to the flooded coldroom in Hall-Atwater)

  3. Jon Wilkes Booth

    there were also like 5 cop cars and a psafe care on mt vernon st for some strange reason.

  4. Anonymous

    to all the humanities majors who say we dont need a new science center:EXHIBIT A: hall-atwater and its crapiness

  5. Anonymous

    to all the humanities majors who say we dont need a new science center:

    EXHIBIT A: hall-atwater and its crapiness

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