Bomb Threat Evacuates High School in Levittown PA

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Harry S. Truman High School was evacuated this morning, Sept. 25, 2015, as a outcome of a explosve hazard created on a lavatory mirror. Some details have been released. Among them was a Facebook post that read, “Students have been evacuated, and military are on a stage conducting an active investigation.”

This is the school’s second hazard this year. The prior one was reported on May 1, 2015, when a propagandize perceived dual opposite explosve threats. According to CBS6 News a threats in May forced officials to send students sent home during 11:30 a.m. EST. When no bombs were found, a propagandize reopened to teachers and staff during 1:00 p.m. EST.

Another hazard occurred during a Levittown, PA, Truman High School on Jan. 2, 2013. A note was detected in a locker room saying that there would be a explosve blast a following day. No explosve was found.

Levittown is in Bucks County, PA, and is partial of a Philadelphia civil area. The city has had dual additional explosve threats during a final 24-hour period, one in a Wal-Mart and a other was during Maywood Unversity. Earlier this month, a 15-year-old called in 13 fake explosve threats that were considerably detailed. These threats enclosed facile and high schools in Lancaster County. According to Philly.com, “He was charged with creation militant threats, causing fake alarm and melancholy to use weapons of mass destruction.’

The threats during Harry S. Truman High School in Levittown and a other threats in a final 24-hour duration have all resulted in evacuations.

By Cathy Milne

Sources:
Levittown Patch: Bomb Threat At Truman High School Prompts Evacuation
Philly.com: 15-year-old child done 13 shooter, explosve threats toward schools
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