What caused the Seton Hall fire?
The authorities said the fire began at 4:30 in a third-floor common area in the north wing of Boland Hall, a brick dormitory with no sprinkler system and renowned on campus for its frequent false fire alarms. … The cause of the fire, which was extinguished in less than 10 minutes, remained under investigation.
Who set the Seton Hall fire?
NEWARK, N.J. — Two former roommates who admitted they set a fire in a dormitory at Seton Hall University that killed three students were sentenced Friday to five years in prison. Joseph T. LePore and Sean Ryan, both 26, admitted in November that they set the fire seven years ago.