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COLUMBIA, Mo. – Several people suffered minor injuries after a deck collapsed at a fraternity house on the University of Missouri – Columbia campus.
It happened during homecoming activities at the Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity house.
In a statement, the chapter said the small deck gave way and dropped a couple of feet.
A video posted on Twitter by user @totalfratmove shows many people dancing to loud music on the deck before it caves and they fall a few feet.
Mizzou's Pike house needs a new deck pic.twitter.com/vsaEPxuUwg— TFM (@totalfratmove) October 23, 2017
Mizzou's Pike house needs a new deck pic.twitter.com/vsaEPxuUwg
The chapter said in its statement that it had not been made aware of any hospitalizations as a result of the incident.
It also said it is cooperating with the city and university and is removing the deck.
That comes after the City of Columbia issued a complaint, calling the deck a public nuisance that must be repaired, replaced or demolished.
Read the city's letter to Pi Kappa Alpha below:
The property is privately owned by the fraternity.
Those who were hurt were treated at the house and refused further medical care, according to Pi Kappa Alpha’s statement.