CHATTANOOGA (Times Free Press)-- A fire broke out in a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga apartment building Friday night, a university spokesman says.
One apartment suffered fire damage and another had some smoke damage, university spokesman Chuck Cantrell said.
UTC police received a fire alarm call from Lockmiller II around 11:22 p.m., and the Chattanooga Fire Department had arrived and controlled the fire by 11:50 p.m., Cantrell said.
There were no known injuries and students were allowed to occupy the building once again this morning, university officials said.
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