Bomb Threat Forces Texas A&M to Evacuate

COLLEGE STATION, Texas Texas A&M has evacuated its campus and cancelled all classes after receiving a campus-wide bomb threat.

The university received the threat around 11:30 a.m. on Friday, reports Fox News. School officials immediately issued a “Code Maroon” warning on its Web site, telling students and faculty to evacuate the premises on foot.

Classes and other activities will remain cancelled until further notice. Campus Safety will continue to report on this story.

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