Safe Evacuation Of Alston Ridge Middle School Following B0mb Threat, Officials Confirm

CARY, N.C. — On Wednesday morning, Alston Ridge Middle School students and staff were forced to leave the building after receiving a b0mb threat.

The Wake County Public School System includes Alston Ridge Middle School as one of its campuses. In the city of Cary, you may find it on Fussell Avenue.

Parents were informed via a message sent home by the school that their children were not in danger but that an anonymous person had posed a b0mb threat on a Google document.

Safe Evacuation Of Alston Ridge Middle School Following Bomb Threat, Officials Confirm

While law enforcement officials investigated the building, the kids and employees at the school were evacuated as a safety precaution.

After researching for more than an hour, authorities determined that there was no danger at the school and that the b0mb threat was groundless.

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Around 1:30 in the afternoon, students and staff were permitted to enter the building again.

The school administration stated that classes would continue as scheduled and children would be dismissed at 3 o’clock.

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On the other hand, parents interested in picking up their children early can take Fussel Avenue and follow the carpool protocols.

“We continue to thank WCPSS Security, law enforcement and our students and teachers for their quick and calm response to the situation today. Thank you for your continued patience and support of our school,” a note from the school was read out loud.

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