Nobody hurt in fire at A&M

December 8, 2008 10:01:36 AM PST
Nobody has been hurt in a fire that damaged one room of a building at Texas A&M University in College Station. A&M spokesman Lane Stephenson said the state fire marshal's office was expected Monday to review the damage on the first floor of the Bell Building.

Stephenson says some nearby rooms probably also had smoke damage from Sunday night's blaze. He says investigators will look at whether some type of short involving a computer caused the fire.

KBTX-TV reports smoke and flames could be seen Sunday night coming out of a window of the Bell Building, which Stephenson says houses kinesiology studies.

Stephenson described the Bell Building as an older structure on the western edge of campus.

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