Harvard Evacuates Buildings Due To 'Unconfirmed Bomb Threat'

Authorities are searching four buildings on the Harvard University campus after a supposed bomb threat via email.
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Harvard Evacuates Buildings Due To 'Unconfirmed Bomb Threat'

Harvard evacuated four campus buildings Monday after an "unconfirmed bomb threat" via email.

The buildings included Sever, Emerson and Thayer halls, as well as the Science Center. Authorities say they're searching the buildings now.

The same four buildings were evacuated in 2013 after a bomb threat. That threat ended up being unfounded. 

So far, Harvard officials say there is "nothing to substantiate the emailed threat."

This video includes images from stu_spivack / CC BY SA 2.0Ken Zirkel / CC BY 2.0Kristina / CC BY 2.0 and ericodeg / CC BY-SA 2.0.

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