UGA Alarm Yields No Trace of Fire

There is not always fire. University of Georgia police responded to a smoke detector alarm on Sanford Drive Wednesday afternoon, but found no fire.

Melissa Jackson of the University of Georgia’s communications department told Grady Newsource that the exhaust from a generator triggered the alarm, but did not elicit any flames. The alert was handled and business on campus returned to normal.

By Matt Mataxas


You May Also Like

Georgia Service Members Reflect on Veterans Day

The men and women who have served in our country will be recognized tomorrow ...

71 Reported Rapes on UGA Campus: Student Organization Raises Awareness

UPDATE: 11:00 am — Reporter Alison Menhart speaks with the RSVP coordinator Michele Passonno on whether or ...