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Bomb threat prompts evacuations at CCSF

Updated ( 4:56 p.m.): The San Franicsco Polcie Deparetmtn has concluded its review of three buildings that were targeted for evacuation due to a bomb threat reported at City College of San Francisco on Thursday.

The buildings were deemed “clear and safe,” and all classes and other activities at the Ocean campus will resume as scheduled.

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Original story: A bomb threat at City College of San Francisco’s Ocean campus resulted in the evacuation of students and faculty from three buildings on Thursday afternoon, college officials confirmed.

The bomb threat was called in at approximately 2:30 p.m., according to City College spokesperson Evette Davis. Evacuations occurred at the campus’ Multi-Use Building, Creative Arts and Science buildings.

San Francisco Police Department officials remained on the scene as of 3:45 p.m. and are “currently walking through those buildings,” according to Davis. She added that authorities had not found “any kind of device” so far.

Davis said that the college will send out notifications once the threat is cleared.

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