School is “back to normal” after bomb threat at Booker T. Washington

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NORFOLK, Va. — Police in Norfolk said that school is “back to normal” after a bomb threat was called into Booker T. Washington High School Friday morning.

Police say they were called to the school around 7:30 a.m., along with Norfolk Fire and Rescue. Police added that they conducted a search of the school.

No further information was provided about the call or who may have made the threat call to the school.

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