Six people were hurt when the floor of a third-floor apartment collapsed during a homecoming party at a complex in Texas, authorities said. Busari says he fell through the floor himself, and that the party spiraled out of control when people he didn't know suddenly appeared.
"A vast choice of amenities and its friendly staff create a worry-free environment that allows residents to focus on the most important thing - being a successful college student", according to the complex website.
"I grabbed my keys, my wallet and I left to the police department", she said.
Castro, a student at the University of North Texas, took a picture of the overflowing crowd before driving away from the apartment complex.
Between 10 and 12 people received minor injuries in the collapse, police said.
Denton firefighters believe the cause of the collapse was too much jumping.
Students affected by this say both the apartment management and the university have helped secure places for them to stay, mostly in hotels or dorms and food. The fire department says it will be up to the city to determine if there were any code violations.
"We talked with the property owner - the fire marshal met with one of their building contractors yesterday".
"If we were in our living room, we wouldn't have made it out because by what we've seen, it's just completely gone", said sophomore Carley Carroll, whose apartment was destroyed by the party above it.
Carroll told the station she's called the cops on her upstairs neighbors' parties before.
Another email to tenants said the matter is being investigated by authorities and a structural engineer will be evaluating the building.