Saturday, August 20, 2022

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Gas pipe broken near Daugherty building

While planting a tree early this morning, MSU Grounds Maintenance hit a gas line in front of the Duffy Daugherty Football Building, said Gary Parrott, the department's manager.The line, which Parrott said was mismarked as a zone safe to dig, was hit either by a back hoe or a spade.MSU department of police and public safety, East Lansing fire department and Consumers Energy were all on the scene, diverting traffic, stopping people from entering the building and fixing the pipeline.While people were not allowed to enter the building after the gas line was hit, the Daugherty building was never evacuated, said MSU police Sgt.

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Gas pipe broken near Daugherty building

While planting a tree early this morning, MSU Grounds Maintenance hit a gas line in front of the Duffy Daugherty Football Building, said Gary Parrott, the department's manager. The line, which Parrott said was mismarked as a zone safe to dig, was hit either by a back hoe or a spade. MSU department of police and public safety, East Lansing fire department and Consumers Energy were all on the scene, diverting traffic, stopping people from entering the building and fixing the pipeline. While people were not allowed to enter the building after the gas line was hit, the Daugherty building was never evacuated, said MSU police Sgt.

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Students plead guilty, felony charges dropped

Four female MSU students pleaded guilty Thursday to a misdemeanor in connection with the death of an 18-year-old Bay City man.Nicole Bukowski, 21, Cassandra Duggan, 20, Laurel Trezise, 20, and Sara Kaufman, 21, originally faced felony charges for running an unlicensed bar at a party in their East Lansing apartment in October.