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Ateneo Bomb Scare A Hoax, Campus Declared Safe

Work and classes will resume on all levels tomorrow, March 29.

The Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) has declared their whole Quezon City campus safe following a bomb scare that forced the academic institution to cancel classes and conduct a massive evacuation of their students and faculty members.

In an update on their Facebook page, ADMU listed instructions to the Ateneo community on how to proceed after classes and programs in the campus were disrupted.

 

UPDATE ON THE BOMB THREAT: 1. Second sweep completed. Campus is declared safe. 2. Faculty, staff and students may now...

Posted by Ateneo de Manila University on Sunday, March 27, 2016



The bomb threat was received by the university at around 8:30 a.m. on Monday, March 28, prompting management to declare the cancelation of work and classes on all levels.

 

The incident was also immediately reported to authorities which was followed by an organized evacuation.

Nine bomb squads from the Quezon City Explosive Ordnance Disposal Division swept the campus grounds twice but saw no explosive devices during their search.

Work and classes at the ADMU will resume on all levels tomorrow, March 29.