Covina High School Evacuated Due to Phone Threat
Covina High School in California was evacuated on Monday following a phone threat, leading to the relocation of students and faculty.
The exact nature of the threat remains undisclosed.
Rich Prickett from KTLA 5 reported on the incident from Sky 5, providing further details.
Law enforcement officers were seen conducting a thorough search of the school premises, ensuring the safety of everyone involved.
Although the specifics of the threat were unknown, authorities took immediate action to move all students to the football field area.
There, provisions such as food, water, and shaded areas were made available to ensure their comfort and well-being during the evacuation.
Outside the campus, concerned parents anxiously awaited the opportunity to reunite with their children.
However, due to the circumstances, it was expected to be a lengthy process before students could be released.
The threat, which prompted the evacuation, was reported earlier in the morning to officials at Covina High School.
As the situation continues to unfold, parents, students, and faculty members are urged to remain patient while authorities investigate the incident further.
Updates will be provided as more information becomes available.