Video captures moment floor collapsed at party in SC

Several people fell through the collapsed floor into the basement of an apartment complex in Clemson South Carolina

Several people fell through the collapsed floor into the basement of an apartment complex in Clemson South Carolina

The incident occurred early Sunday morning in the clubhouse of The Woodlands of Clemson apartment complex.

The property management of the clubhouse told CNN it was built in 2004.

"The beat was about to drop and literally the whole floor collapsed", she told the news outlet. "Everyone was trying to climb out". I had blood on my sneakers.

About 30 people ended up being taken to the hospital for various injuries and issues related to the fall, but thankfully, no deaths. Some suffered broken bones, but no one injured suffered life-threatening injuries, police said.

Video posted to social media shows the moment the floor collapses, sending dozens of party-goers plummeting into the basement.

Clemson University official Joe Galbraith told Greenville News that the party was hosted by the Clemson Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity. Check back for updates.

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The multi-floor building had been leased out for a private event, Dixon said.

This party resulted in a collapse of the floor structure in front of the fireplace at the clubhouse. People fell through the ground and landed on the floor below.

"Clemson student affairs representatives were dispatched to all three hospitals where injured individuals were being transported and are gathering more information at this time".

"I can tell you there was a party".

Thankfully, none of the injuries are believed to be life threatening. Police said an investigation has begun.

"The Clubhouse and pool area is OFF LIMITS to all", the email read, according to The Associated Press. "Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those who were injured we and apologize for any inconvenience".

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