Starkville, Miss. (WCBI) — Work continues at Ruby Hall on the Mississippi State University campus in Starkville.
Three dormitories sustained water damage after sub-freezing temperatures caused pipes to rupture. About 124 male students were effected by flooding at that location. MSU students had some of their property damaged. A claims process is set up with an insurance company.
“They are in the process now of reviewing those and getting back to us with regard to what they are able to cover. But the intention is to make all students whole with regard to any losses that occurred,” said Ann Bailey, MSU Director of Housing.
A company is making repairs to floors in Ruby Hall and things should be ready for Summer camp season in late May through July.