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Columbia firefighters investigate possible ceiling collapse

The Columbia Fire Department investigated a possible ceiling collapse in the northeast part of the city on Friday night.

It happened around 10:30 p.m. at the Residence Inn at 1100 Woodland Springs Court.

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According to the fire department, firefighters found a broken water line inside the business.

No one was hurt.

ABC 17 News has emailed the fire department to find out what caused the pipe to break and if the ceiling did collapse.

We’ll update this story once we learn more about what happened.

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