LSU law school open for classes after electrical box explosion
BATON ROUGE- The Paul M. Hebert Law Center is open today for classes.
An electrical box exploded at the LSU law school on Friday. Due to the explosion, the building was closed and classes were canceled.
Three people were injured during the incident, one LSU facilities employee and two subcontractors. No students were injured.
Power was knocked to the churches along Highland Road and nearby LSU buildings.
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