Dallas News reported that the living room floor of an apartment at the Ridge at North Texas student apartments collapsed into a unit on the second floor about 1:45 a.m. local time.
Investigators say the collapse was likely caused by too much jumping. The collapse was captured on cellphone video.
Six people were treated at the scene, but no one was taken to the hospital, according to Denton police.
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Carly Carroll, who lives in the apartment right below were the party occurred, said she just moved in three months ago.
Damage visible from the outside after the floor collapsed at a North Texas apartment complex during a party.
Insane video shows a third floor apartment in Denton, Texas caving in Saturday night. Carroll says that's typical; she's called the cops on the party-goers before. Instead, they were at the Denton Police Department making a noise complaint about the party.
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"We've called and said, 'It looks like the ceiling is going to cave in, ' so I feel like with us saying that, there could've been more that was done", she said. However, dozens of University of North Texas students have subsequently been displaced.
"Currently the building is completely shut down. until the apartment complex can get a structural engineer, and a construction crew out here to check the building out and certify that the entire building is safe", said Denton Fire Marshal Brad Lahart.
Most of the residents at the Ridge Apartments are OK.
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"The university is here to help any of our students who may have been impacted".