UT facilities face flooding, other weather problems

Record lows apparently caused pipes to freeze and burst at the University of Tennessee softball complex on Wednesday morning, Jan. 8, 2014. (J. MILES CARY/NEWS SENTINEL)

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Record lows apparently caused pipes to freeze and burst at the University of Tennessee softball complex on Wednesday morning, Jan. 8, 2014. (J. MILES CARY/NEWS SENTINEL)

KNOXVILLE — The University of Tennessee is grappling with burst pipes flooding athletics facilities and electrical problems plaguing some fraternities in the aftermath of this week’s record-low temperatures.

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FWBVol writes:

Looks like staff needs to do some basic spell checking, "Bailey (Educatino) Complex" and "pipes to burst at Regal, Neyland (ad) Sherri Parker Lee."

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