Texas A&M University officials say an explosion at a chemistry building caused minor injuries to two students.
The school issued an emergency alert Tuesday to student cell phones and local radio stations ordering an evacuation of the chemistry annex following the explosion. A half hour later, the school issued an alert saying the situation was stabilized.
University spokesman Lane Stephenson said a beaker with "some sort of solution in it" exploded.
Stephenson said the two injured are graduate students in the chemistry program. He said both are in good spirits and taken to a nearby hospital as a precaution. He said one of the students had bandages on his forearms.
Students and staff have been allowed to return to the building.