Threat at NGTC Clarkesville Campus Caused Evacuation Thursday Morning

August 29, 2014

Everything appears to be back to normal after a threatening message was found in a building on the Clarkesville campus at North Georgia Technical College earlier today.

School officials said that at about 11 a.m. today, North Georgia Tech was made aware of a threat written on a wall in the Hoyt Coe building on the school’s Clarkesville campus.

The school said that while it did not expect the threat to be real, in order to err on the side of caution, it evacuated some of the buildings on the Clarkesville campus.

North Georgia Tech said people were given the go-ahead to re-enter all buildings except for Hoyt Coe a little after noon today.

Then, the school said all buildings, including Hoyt Coe, were re-opened as of 12:40 p.m. today.

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