A search of a southern New Jersey community college campus evacuated after an online bomb threat has found nothing dangerous so classes can resume.
Wednesday evening classes at the Cape May Court House campus of Atlantic Cape Community College were canceled after school officials became aware of a bomb threat through Twitter. The campus features a three-story, 68,000-square-foot building with two connected wings.
The college says the campus will reopen for classes Thursday. Classes at the college's two other campuses in Mays Landing and Atlantic City are being held as scheduled.
College spokeswoman Kathleen Corbalis tells The Press of Atlantic City newspaper (http://bit.ly/zLcqpm) a Twitter posting stated, "I am going to blow up ACCC." She says officials have tentatively identified the sender of the message.
Information from: The Press of Atlantic City, http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com
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