A steam leak broke out in a University of Wisconsin building Sunday night, setting off the fire alarm and alerting the Madsion Fire Department.

UW Police andMFDwere called to Engineering Hall between 8:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. last night according to UW spokesperson Susannah Brooks, who said the Fire Department and the UW steamfitter shut off the steam and did a walk through of the building.

According to Brooks, they gave the “all clear” and there is no apparent property damage. No people were harmed, she added.

“It sounds like things are ok,” she said.

UW Police Department Sergeant Amanda Buckley, said steam leaks are not an abnormal occurrence and that they occasionally happen in campus buildings.

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