2 South Bay high schools rocked by bomb threats

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Authorities said two high schools in South Bay announced forced evacuations on Tuesday following separate bomb threats.

St. Francis High School in Mountain View told students to evacuate a little after 12:30 in the afternoon after the police were phoned regarding the threat.

This was followed by another threat into Presentation High School in San Jose, which was called at 1:54 in the afternoon and also resulted in forced evacuations.

St. Francis High School was safe from the threat, according to a tweet by the Mountain View police at 1:54 in the afternoon.

The search at the campus continued to be conducted by the police to ensure everyone’s safety.

St. Francis High School students are being reunited with their parents who were informed on the place where to get their kids, the Mountain View police said, KRON4 reported.

Furthermore, the police invalidated earlier reports of the presence of a possible active shooter at school.

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