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ISU Continues Clean Up Efforts Across Campus

NORMAL - Illinois State University officials are working to make life a little more normal for its students.
NORMAL - Illinois State University officials are working to make life a little more normal for its students.

Sunday's storm swept through McLean County, and took the roof off of an off-campus student apartment complex, broke windows and uprooted a few trees in the quad.

The school sent out emergency alerts to its students and utilized social media before the storm struck.

Many students and staff have family in affected areas, and school officials say they'll do all they can to help in this trying time.

"It was not just students affected by this. Faculty and staff were also affected by this. So, there's a great deal of empathy there, if you have to be gone because of this, we'll help accommodate that,” said Eric Jome, director of media relations for ISU.

There's no time frame for how long the students will be relocated across campus. Much of the campus was without power for about five hours on Sunday.

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