PORTLAND, OREGON- Some college students lost control of a massive snowball that rolled into a dormitory, knocking down part of a wall.
It was estimated to weigh about 800 pounds.
The students started making it last week during a snowstorm.
The two math majors responsible for making it reported the damage to Reed College and took responsibility but they have not been disciplined.
The college says they didn't intend to cause damage and no one was hurt.
It may take several thousand dollars to fix the wall.
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