Bomb Threat Reported at Chester County High School, Students Evacuated

Patch – by Justin Heinze

A bomb threat was reported at Unionville High School in Chester County on Friday morning, school officials confirmed.

Staff discovered a note written inside a bathroom at the school that read “12-16 – EVERYONE DIES!” according to Southern Chester County Weeklies. It’s not yet clear if any further threat was made.  

Students and staff were evacuated from the school and were brought to nearby Patton Middle School, the Daily Local News said.

Authorities began sweeping the building before noon and remained on the scene as of 1:20.

All students and staff are presently safe, according to reports.

http://patch.com/pennsylvania/westchester/bomb-threat-reported-chester-county-high-school-students-evacuated

2 thoughts on “Bomb Threat Reported at Chester County High School, Students Evacuated

  1. “Staff discovered a note written inside a bathroom at the school that read “12-16 – EVERYONE DIES!”

    How the hell does THAT equate to THIS…

    “A bomb threat was reported…”

    That’s ALL the note said (of course, ALL of this is only ALLEGED to begin with), No mention of any bomb. Maybe the ‘person’ had one of those mass-killing ASSAULT RIFLES that they intended to use… ?

    Crock ‘o sh#t, imo.

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