Bomb and Shooting Threats Lockdown San Diego High Schools

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San Diego propagandize officials respond to explosve and sharpened threats called into several high schools on a morning of Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, by implementing a close down. The initial call was done to San Ysidro at around 9:15 internal time, all a tourist pronounced was, “something would happen” in a subsequent 15 minutes, initiating a lockdown. During a hunt by Chula Vista police, District orator Manny Rubio announced that students were told to stay in their classrooms and that entrance to a campus was limited.

This was followed by some-more calls melancholy a explosve to Scripps Ranch, Patrick Henry, San Diego, Crawford, Clairemont, Kearny, Morse, and Mira Mesa, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune. There were also unconfirmed reports of a shooting. The hunt during any campus did not spin adult a explosve or any guns, though as a prevision a schools remained sealed down. Parents were also told about a threats and asked not to come to a school.

Of a 29 schools in a district, no one has offering a reason because these were targeted with explosve and sharpened threats that resulted in a early morning lockdown of these San Diego Schools. However, each prevision had to be considered to say a reserve of a students. An NBC 7 News chopper prisoner San Diego Police Department patrol cars on a campuses of Scripps Ranch High Schools.

What started out as a standard Thursday shortly incited into panic as explosve and sharpened threats triggered a lockdown. There were 10 schools targeted. As of this news there have been no incidents or reported injuries.

By Jireh Gibson


The San Diego Union-Tribune:-Threats prompt lockdowns during San Diego high schools

NBC 7 San Diego:-Threats Prompt Lockdowns during 10 High Schools: District

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