Bomb Threat Leads to Princeton U. Evacuation
PRINCETON, N.J. — A phoned in bomb threat against multiple buildings at Princeton University prompted a campus-wide evacuation.
Employees were told to leave the campus just before 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, ABC News reports. School officials also told employees that most would not be expected to return to work later in the day. No classes are in session at Princeton although some summer programs are taking place.
State, federal and local law enforcement agencies are currently investigating the case.
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