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03/07/2012 02:27 PM ID: 744095 Permalink   

Students at Chicago Dorm Complain About Safety Issues Including Exploding Toilets

 

By using social media students at the University of Chicago try to draw attention to unsanitary and unhealthy living conditions in their dorm. With its 52 years, Pierce hall is one of the oldest dorms on the campus.

One of the students, Michelle Rodriguez, describes the situation in a video. "In a 24-hour period, the plumbing exploded twice, and exploded with such force and severity that a toilet bowl … shattered, throwing porcelain shards across the bathroom."

She also reports unsanitary conditions and water outrages. A toilet explosion left her covered with excrement. According to school officials, the repairs of the dorm are planned for when the spring quarter begins late March.

 
  Source: www.upi.com  
    WebReporter: edie Show Calling Card      
  I know which university this at.  
  
It´s at PU !!

[ edited by e0n_blue ]
 
  by: e0n_blue   03/08/2012 04:20 PM     
 
 
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