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Posted: 5:16 p.m. Monday, April 22, 2013
By KTVU.com and wires
ANTIOCH, Calif. —
Students and staff evacuated an Antioch high school after someone called in a bomb threat Monday afternoon, the Antioch Unified School District superintendent said.
Staff at Deer Valley High School, located at 4700 Lone Tree Way, received a "vague, anonymous" phone call around 1:45 p.m. stating there was a bomb on campus, Superintendent Donald Gill said.
The campus was evacuated while police were called and responded to the school.
Police searched the school and at 2:50 p.m. gave the all clear for students and staff to re-enter the building, Gill said.
Gill said police found nothing to substantiate the threat.
Classes were dismissed shortly after students were allowed to return to the building, Gill said.
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