Video of the incident was captured at the third floor of Ridge Apartments, a student housing complex in Denton, Texas. He says the party got out of control and there were people in his apartment he didn't know.
Most of the residents at the Ridge Apartments are OK.
A party at the University of North Texas was apparently so lit this weekend that the floor actually collapsed.
Carroll says she and her roommates have complained about the loud and large parties over the past three months."This happens nearly every weekend", she said.
Investigators say the collapse was likely caused by too much jumping.
Officials said no major injuries were reported, but a few people were treated for minor injuries on the scene, according to NBC 5.
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"TVs, computers, just everything". The junior at the University of North Texas said he was dancing when the collapse occurred and also fell into the apartment below. Carroll says that's typical; she's called the cops on the party-goers before.
"People gotta grab their wallets, keys, back packs because we have school tomorrow", said Trent Blackburn.
The dramatic moment was caught on cell phone video and shows several students falling through a gaping hole in the floor.
Denton Police told FOX 4 they have received previous noise complaints, but people have mostly left the party by the time officers arrive. The fire department says it will be up to the city to determine if there were any code violations.
"The university is here to help any of our students who may have been impacted". At least 50 residents in the complex have now been forced to relocate while the building is assessed for water and structural damage.