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All-clear given at Broomfield High School after bomb threat phoned in

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BROOMFIELD, Colo. — Broomfield High School was evacuated for about 90 minutes Thursday morning after a bomb threat was phoned in, the Boulder Valley School District said.

The school received the call about 10:15 a.m., and students and staff were evacuated to the football field, which is away from school buildings.

Officers from the Broomfield Police Department came to the campus checking on buildings. The all-clear was given, and students and staff began re-entering the school just before noon.

The district said all students and staff members are safe, and asked parents not to come pick up their children.

Police closed Eagle Way between Daphne and Main streets as they investigated.

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