Kentucky school evacuated following bomb threat

Oct. 7, 2009
Search by police turns up nothing


Kentucky State Police said a search of Gallatin County High School turned up nothing, after three separate bomb threats were called in.

Police said the first bomb threat was called in at 2:36 p.m. Two more threats followed.

The school was evacuated and the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office brought in bomb sniffing dogs to search the school.

At about 7:15 p.m., the KSP said nothing was found at the school. Classes were to resume as scheduled on Friday.

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