Several Buildings at Yale Evacuated Due to Bomb Threats
“New Haven police received the threat call to their non-emergency line just before 2 p.m.”
It will be fascinating to see what an investigation uncovers here.
NBC News in Connecticut reports:
Several Yale Buildings Evacuated After Bomb Threat Calls; Downtown New Haven Streets Closed
Several buildings at Yale University in New Haven have been evacuated and police are investigating after receiving calls about bombs being placed in several buildings, according to an alert sent to staff.
University Theatre, Jonathan Edwards College, the Yale Art Gallery, Vanderbilt Hall, Bingham Hall, Welch Hall, Saybrook College and Grace Hopper College were evacuated.
An announcement at 4 p.m. on the university website said Bass Library was closed and in the process of being evacuated.
New Haven police received the threat call to their non-emergency line just before 2 p.m. New Haven’s mayor, Justin Elicker, stressed that 911 can only be called from within the city.
The dispatcher was able to keep the caller on the line long enough to get a good amount of information about the situation, New Haven Police Chief Renee Dominguez said.
The buildings that were evacuated are in the area of York Street, Crown Street, Elm Street, and College Street. Streets in that square area are closed.
People are asked to avoid the downtown New Haven area.
Happening now in #NewHaven #CT – @Yale has received a bomb threat, prompting closure and evacuation of several facilities and a 5 block radius near heart of campus: pic.twitter.com/jqORlUatvl
— Bill Bartholomew (@BillBartholomew) November 5, 2021
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