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Flooded-out U of R students back in residence

The last group of University of Regina students who were flooded out of their South Tower dorms after a sprinkler went off on the weekend were able to sleep in their own beds Tuesday night.

The last group of University of Regina students who were forced out of their South Tower dorms by a fire sprinkler and a flood over the weekend were able to sleep in their own beds Tuesday night. 

About 150 students had to leave the residence after the alarms went off early Saturday morning.
 
Most students were able to return on Sunday, but 16 students living on the sixth floor had to wait longer for their area to dry.

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