UPDATE: According to the Salt Lake City Police Department, the investigation into the calls will include participation from the FBI as well as other law enforcement agencies. Despite the prank, the students at Spanish Fork High School were sent home as a safety precaution.
“The response time of the police was lightning fast, and the lockdown procedure was initiated right away. The building has been searched by the police, and they have determined that it is secure “the Nebo School District put together the writing.
Students at Ogden High School have been permitted to leave school and return home for the day despite the absence of any danger. The Roy City Police Department reports that every single call was made using a standard telephone.
Officials from the Nebo School District stated that officers searched Spanish Fork High after receiving another allegation of a possible active shooter, but no evidence of a threat was discovered.
A representative for Nebo indicated that all students and faculty members are safe. “The information that there was a shooter in the area was untrue. The response time of the police was really swift, and the lockdown procedure was initiated right away. The building has been searched by the police, and they have determined that it is secure. If you are a parent who needs to pick up your child, please park in the church parking lot that is located on Center Street to the south of the main building. When students can be returned to their parents is something that will be decided by law enforcement.
Spanish Fork High School Lockdown – Spanish Fork High School which is located at 99 N 300 W, Spanish Fork, UT 84660, United States, has been placed on lockdown following the reports of an active shooter in the school premises. According to Spanish Fork Police, Fire & EMS on social media, there was a call of a possible active shooter. Calls were received all over the state. The schools are on lockdown as a precaution.
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