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Hurley school gets locked down amid threats

 

February 22, 2019



HURLEY — The Hurley K-12 School was put on lock down Thursday afternoon due to a “perceived threat heard elsewhere in the community,” said Administrator Chris Patritto.

“We did it under an abundance of precaution,” he told the Daily Globe later.

A Code Yellow was declared at 1:45 and lifted at 2:20, according to text messages received by parents with children in the school.

Patritto said someone in the community heard what they thought was a threat and called the school.

“We called the police and put the school on lock down. The police determined there was no threat,” he said...



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