After hundreds of college students went viral for throwing a destructive block party and disregarding their school’s COVID-19 protocols, local authorities have intervened to take action against the violent partiers. The Ohio State University party, which occurred just a few blocks from campus, has been dubbed “Chitt Fest,” named after the street it took place on, according to Senior Vice President for Student Life Melissa Shivers . The weekend rave quickly turned violent, with police citing at least five overturned vehicles, several broken windows on local houses and hundreds of smashed beer cans. Police reported that at least 30 squad cars were sent to ultimately shut the party down at 3 a.m. on Sunday. Ohio State University junior Camden Snodgrass told WCMH what he could see from his window overlooking the destruction. “There’s a big difference between having fun and ruining other peoples’ property,” Snodgrass said. “[I’m] shocked, a little surprised, and honestly, just disappointed.” The aftermath of the party went viral on Reddit , with user Jean_Zombi focusing on one shocking image in particular. It shows all five cars that were flipped over and abandoned beer cans scattered across the lawn and street. “These poor people. Cars cost so… Read full this story
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