Bomb threat forces hundreds to evacuate from school in Dobbs Ferry

Things are returning back to normal for a school in Dobbs Ferry Monday after a bomb threat forced hundreds to evacuate.

Children?s Village President Jeremy Kohoban says the school received an anonymous phone call that a bomb was in the building. According to Kohoban, school officials notified the police and fire departments and evacuated the facility.

Kohoban says police and fire officials did a sweep of the school. Police say it appears the threat was a false alarm. Kohoban says students and faculty members will remain vigilant.

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