Bomb threat prompts evacuation at HACC Harrisburg Campus

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HARRISBURG, Pa. — Harrisburg Area Community College has evacuated its Harrisburg Campus after receiving a bomb threat on Wednesday morning, according to a college spokesperson.

The college received the threat around 10:45 a.m. and immediately evacuated students and staff.

“We are currently working with the Harrisburg Bureau of Police to evaluate the campus,” school administrators said in a statement. “We take all safety-related threats seriously. The safety and security of HACC students, employees and visitors are always top priorities.”

So far, investigators have not found anything suspicious on campus.

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