A lockdown is lifted after almost 300 schools in Broward County in Florida after a local radio station received a phone call just after 8:30 a.m. from a woman warning officials that her husband was preparing to open fire on one of the schools.
Thousands of students were forced to stay in their school until the threat was eliminated. Officials say they did not want to take any chances.
According to ABC News, police have "detained and interviewed" several suspects who might be connected to the incident, officers "do not believe they have spoken to the person who made the threat."
Police are still investigating the incident and looking for the both suspects.