MSU prepared for classes following gas explosion

Murray State University is ready for students to move-in just a month after a gas explosion damaged several buildings on the campus. Structural engineers have surveyed several building on the north side of Chestnut Street for safety and windows and floors of affected building have been replaced. The dining hall in the area has also received upgrades. The cause of the explosion is still being investigated and a safe area has been fenced around the area that will likely stay up for the rest of the year.

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