Case Western Reserve University threat no longer exists
Case Western Reserve University said a threat no longer existed, only about 20 minutes after it advised the campus community about reports of shots fired.
The university had advised the school’s population to “shelter in place” as officers investigated shots fired near campus.
Police investigated and determined there was no threat.
All were cleared to resume normal activities.
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