Harvard University evacuates 4 buildings after bomb threat
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Harvard University said on its website on Monday that it had received an "unconfirmed" bomb threat and was evacuating four buildings on its campus outside Boston.
Three classroom buildings - The Science Center, Sever and Emerson Halls - and one dormitory, Thayer Hall, were affected, the Ivy League school said on its website.
The threat comes three days after a coordinated attack by gunmen and suicide bombers killed 127 people in Paris.
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Harvard, Fitchburg, Cape Cod Massachusetts bomb threats, social reactions
Just received our third bomb threat of the day:
- Cape Cod Community College
- Fitchburg State
- Harvard University
Alert: Unconfirmed bomb threat received. Science Ctr, Sever, Emerson, Thayer Halls are being evacuated https://t.co/btUwZffzj2
Buildings have been evacuated and law enforcement officials are on scene. Entry to the Yard is restricted. https://t.co/rzl2fWFvbZ
Four buildings being searched. This will likely take several hours. We will continue to provide available info https://t.co/rzl2fWFvbZ
FSU Alert: Bomb threat received. Evacuate and avoid McKay Campus. Authorities are investigating. Further information forthcoming.
FSU Alert: Bomb threat reported at McKay Complex. Building evacuated. No other buildings affected at this time. Investigation continuing.
FSU Alert: The situation at McKay has been resolved and all school and campus functions have resumed.
Update: Cape Cod Community College campus searched after bomb threat, will reopen at noon: https://t.co/vX5fTJWnqt https://t.co/I13aqWVI6z
who would ever threaten nice little cape cod community college w a bomb, stay safe fam
@CapeCodCoCol reopens at 12noon today -Campus swept by police after bomb threat-Declared clear and safe for all. Classes resume at noon
BREAKING NEWS: Harvard University Evacuated After Receiving Unconfirmed Bomb Threat - https://t.co/D9n6i7XkZW https://t.co/zBU8rQMv6I
Investigation of Harvard "unconfirmed" bomb threat likely to take several hours https://t.co/JlrKnvVlkc https://t.co/9azdYenVqU
(Reporting by Scott Malone; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)
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