Students Return To Class After Threat Is Cleared At A Bristol High School

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Students at Bristol Central High School are returning to class, after waiting outside for several hours while police investigated a bomb threat.

Bristol police said  a student found a note that made reference to a bomb. After a search of the building, nothing was found.

Students, teachers and staff had been told to leave the building while emergency crews investigated. They exited the building at 8:10 a.m. The Hartford Police bomb squad was on the scene.

Bristol schools have been the subject of a number of threats this year.

BristolCheck back for details as the develop.

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