Clean-up is underway at the fraternity house where CSU sophomore Samantha Spady died in September.
About 500 people showed up to clear out the house of former fraternity Sigma Pi.
Spady's body was found there after she died of alcohol poisoning, causing a shutdown of the fraternity.
A local church plans to turn the building into apartments and a new community center.
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