Threat puts Florida schools on lockdown
Broward County locks all facilities after woman tells radio station her husband is going to start shooting
November 10, 2010 10:26PM (UTC)
Schools in Florida's second-largest county are on lock down as a precaution after police say a woman called a radio station and said her husband was going to a school to start shooting.
Broward County schools were locked down Wednesday after the woman told the radio station her husband was going to start shooting at a school in Pembroke Pines, a Fort Lauderdale suburb.
Police say there is no credible threat and that all schools are safe.
Police say an e-mail was also sent to the radio station, saying "something big was going to happen," possibly at a post office or at a school.
Investigators have not confirmed the identity of the man or woman.
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