Multiple threats force University of St. Thomas in Houston to order evacuation of campus
By Kathryn Yglecias, Senior Web Producer -
Breaking News: Multiple threats phoned into the University of St. Thomas in Houston has forced the school to evacuate all buildings on the campus.
The University put these two warnings on their website Thursday morning:
UST Closed, Investigating Bomb Threats 4-11-2013 April 11, 2013 10:09:29 am This is the University of St. Thomas Emergency Notification System. Bomb threats have been reported to the campus this morning, Thursday, April 11, 2013. Take your personal property and EVACUATE all buildings immediately. Do not pull the fire alarm. Events and classes are suspended until further notice. All students, faculty and staff should stay away from campus until notified that it is safe to return. To help ensure safety of personnel and property, officials are investigating this threat. Thank you. UST Open Following Bomb Threat in Doherty Library 4-11-2013 April 11, 2013 08:31:18 am This is the University of St. Thomas Emergency Notification System. A bomb threat has been reported this morning on Thursday, April 11, 2013 for the University of St. Thomas Doherty Library. The library has been evacuated and is being searched. Stay away from the library until further notice. Classes and campus events are still in session. Classes scheduled for Doherty Library will be relocated. Contact your professor for details. Thank you.
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