Los Angeles News
Trash bin catches fire at USC, forces dormitory evacuation
EXPOSITION PARK, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A late night fire sent hundreds of students scrambling from a USC dormitory Friday.
Smoke quickly filled the 15-story Webb Hall dormitory near 34th Street and McClintock Avenue.
The blaze, which started in a nearby trash bin, forced hundreds of students out into the streets.
No one was injured. No damages were reported.
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