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Florida High School Receives Third Bomb Threat Since October

Boyd H. Anderson High School in Florida received its third bomb threat since October on Monday.

Boyd H. Anderson High School in Florida received its third bomb threat since October on Monday.

Officials said students were evacuated at the high school and at nearby Lauderdale Lakes Middle School and Oriole Elementary School, reported CBS Miami.

The news outlet also reported that the bomb threat was received around 7:44 a.m. by phone.

The previous threat was made on Oct. 22 in which students at the high school and middle school, which is a half mile away, were evacuated then as well, reported the Miami Herald.

That threat took a couple of hours to clear.

The first bomb threat occurred on Oct. 3, resulting in students having to evacuate as well.

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