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650 People Evacuated After Bomb Threat

650 People Evacuated After Bomb Threat



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(KSL News) -- 650 employees of a manufacturing plant in Ogden were evacuated from their workplace because of a bomb threat today.

650 People Evacuated After Bomb Threat

Weber County authorities say a written message came to the Parker Hannifin company, threatening a bomb could explode about noon today.

Officials called in experts and bomb-sniffing dogs from Hill Air Force Base to help them search the vast plant and clear the area. No bomb was ever found.

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