Cleveland State University Evacuated Due to Bomb Threat

CLEVELAND - The all-clear was given around 10:15 p.m. Thursday after someone called in a bomb threat at Cleveland State University on Euclid Ave.

The call came in to Cleveland State University police around 8 p.m. Someone claimed a bomb was inside the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at E.18th Street and Euclid Ave. Students were immediately notified by emergency alert and evacuated from the the law school and law library. Parts of Euclid Ave. were shut down for a time, but are now re-open. Cleveland police and fire officials were on the scene, accompanied by bomb-sniffing dogs. There are no details on who made the call.

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