(DeKalb) -- More than a dozen students at Northern Illinois University will have to find a new place to live for the rest of the school year after a fire gutted their fraternity house. DeKalb Fire officials say the blaze started early Wednesday morning at the Omega Delta house near campus. Thirteeb students were home when the fire started and everyone got out including one student who jumped from a second story widow. Firefighters say one person was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, but they wont say if it is the student who jumped. There is no cause on the fire yet, investigators say they have just begun to review the fire. There are only a few weeks left of school for students at NIU, and school officials say they will try and find the displaced fraternity brothers alternative housing for the rest of the year. (Copyright 2009 by Newsroom Solutions)
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