A fire broke out Saturday night on the campus of Boise State! 

 

It happened about 6:30 p.m. across the street from the engineering buildings at a one-story modular building.

 

Luckily fire crews had the blaze out within half an hour.

 

According to KTVB, smoke was coming from the front and right-hand side of the building.

 

It was a big enough fire that it took 4 fire crews, two battalion chiefs, and 3 trucks to get the flames out.

 

Luckily, no one was inside the building when the fire started and there were no injuries involved with the blaze.

 

About 25% of the front end of the building has been destroyed and so far the cause has been undetermined.