Colorado Fraternity Targeted by Homemade Bomb

No one was seriously injured in the early-morning attack.

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The Sigma Alpha Epsilon frat house at the University of Colorado was targeted by a "makeshift bomb" around 2:15 a.m. Friday, the Campus Press reports. Residents evacuated the house after the fire alarm sounded, and a resident put out a small fire caused by the bomb. The Boulder police also reported that several fights broke out after the attack between fraternity members and residents of a nearby apartment building. One fraternity member was hospitalized with facial wounds and was released.

Police are still investigating the bombing and the fights that followed.