Bomb Threat at Texas A&M Forces Campus Wide EvacuationBeyond UCF, News, Safety — By Jacob Sadowsky on October 19, 2012 at 2:06 pm Tweet
UPDATE: The Texas A&M website posted this updated message:”Campus is reopened. Uncleared bldgs still closed. We’re confident event venues are safe. see emergency.tamu.edu for more 4:01pm”
Police continue to search some buildings however, no bombs have been found and the campus has reopened.
Texas A&M University officials say they have received a campus-wide bomb threat and are evacuating all students and faculty, according to the Associated Press.
The Texas A&M website lists a “Code Maroon” warning, telling students and faculty to avoid campus. The site has this message posted:
“Investigation of threat continues. No additional information available at this time. Continue to avoid campus. 12:52pm.”
The school says all classes were canceled.
Check back for updates.