- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 14, 2014

RENO, Nev. (AP) - University of Nevada officials have closed a building full of classrooms and offices and are assessing water damage from a pipeline break that’s causing reshuffling of several classes on the Reno campus.

University spokeswoman Jane Tors said Tuesday they’re working to reschedule classes and other services but had no immediate estimate on damage or how long the William J. Raggio Building would be affected.

School officials notified faculty and students about 9 a.m. of a break in a hot water line used in the heating and air conditioning system. The message said the building’s daycare center wasn’t affected.

Tors told the Reno Gazette-Journal (https://tinyurl.com/khfbrjd) they’re trying to cover classes through the week’s end. The building houses the College of Education, the Early Learning and other resource centers. It opened in 1997.

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