Dozens hurt in floor collapse at SC apartment party


Check out the aftermath video. you hear students screaming in shock, not processing what had happened.

But suddenly the floor gave way.

Early Sunday morning the floor of a clubhouse in fell through during a Clemson University homecoming party. Clemson City Police said that nobody was trapped, and the injuries are non-life-threatening.

Officials told NBC News that 30 people were hospitalized after falling to the basement.

"We're just thankful that it was not any worse than it was", Dixon said.

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As Hot New Hip Hop points out, during a Homecoming party at Clemson University this past Saturday, "Faneto" dropped and the crowd went nuts. Clemson assured its affected students that they would be given all the "support" they needed.

In all, EMS transported 23 attendees to local hospitals, while seven others arrived via "personal transportation", according to a statement from Clemson University. None of the injuries proved to be life-threatening.

Footage of the aftermath has circulated on social media and shows a pile of human beings who've just tumbled down a story into the floor below. In one video, people can be seen happily dancing before screams and chaos erupt. People were bleeding. I had blood on my sneakers. "I can tell you there was a floor collapse", Slann told the Associated Press. People were under other people. "They then evacuated everyone and ambulances and a helicopter came for all of the injured individuals".

The building where the party took place at the Woodlands of Clemson apartment complex was reportedly built in 2004. Slann explained that the complex is not corporate-owned, and the homeowner's association manages all of the shared spaces, including the clubhouse. Police said an investigation has begun.