Nueva Vizcaya school suspends classes over bomb scare
BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya—School officials on Friday (Sept. 16) suspended classes at the Nueva Vizcaya General Comprehensive High School (NVGCHS) here after the police received a bomb threat.
Chief Insp. Jenefer Flores, Bayombong police chief, said no explosive was discovered by a bomb-disposal unit that was sent to the school campus.
The threat was sent on Thursday night (Sept. 15) to the police hotline. The text message said: “Abangan ang pagsabog ng bomba bukas sa NVGCHS Hahaha (Watch out for a bomb explosion at the NVGCHS tomorrow Hahaha).”
Flores said the police suspect the message was sent by a student “who did not have anything better to do (walang magawa).”/rga
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