Monday, April 22, 2013

Bomb Threat Closes Down Desert View (Temporarily)

Posted By on Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 11:58 AM

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Update from Sunnyside:

The “All Clear” has been issued by Tucson Police. No explosive devices were found. Teachers and staff members have been allowed back in the school at this time.

Still, there's never a good time for a bomb threat, but today was a particularly poor bit of timing.

From the "Seriously People, No One Has Time for This Right Now" file, Sunnyside's Desert View High School has been closed for the day, due to a bomb threat. As the investigation will take hours, students have been sent home, and those who are normally picked up from school will be transported to Gallego Basic Elementary School, 6200 S. Hemisphere Place, where they can be picked up.

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