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Topic - Dan Mogulof
Investigators on Tuesday were still trying to pinpoint the exact cause of an explosion at University of California at Berkeley that injured several and sent the campus into evacuation mode.
An alleged gunman who was shot by police on the University of California, Berkeley campus died at a hospital hours after the confrontation, a university spokesman said Wednesday.
Eight people were arrested Saturday after protesters broke windows, lights and planters outside the home of the chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley.
Emergency responders had to free about 20 who were trapped in elevators when the power went out, U.C. Berkeley spokesman Dan Mogulof said.
Authorities think the explosion may be linked to an attempted underground copper wire theft that was reported last week, Mr. Mogulof said.