Two schools to resume classes after bomb threats
|Updated: 2/18 6:37 am
||Published: 2/18 5:44 am
BETHANY, Okla. - Classes are expected to resume normally Tuesday at two Oklahoma after their schools were evacuated because of bomb threats.
Police say someone called in a threat Monday afternoon saying there was a bomb at Western Oaks Middle School in Bethany.
The middle school and adjoining elementary school were evacuated.
The students were bused to Putnam City West High School.
"I think they did well," parent Amy Gilpatrick said. "They got them away from the school and got them to safety."
Officers went through the school and found nothing of concern.
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