Harvard Campuses Evacuated After Unconfirmed Explosives Report

Four campuses at Harvard University have been evacuated after an email reportedly (could change, who knowns) claimed that explosives had been placed on the four campus. That email was received one hour ago, about 9:25 a.m. ET. The Science Center, Thayer Hall, Emerson and Sever Halls are the evacuation sites. According to Fox this minute, no explosions have occurred and authorities have issued no statements. Nine finals were scheduled today and all have been cancelled. Some areas of the University are not evacuated and still operating. The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are present on the sites. The following updates are from The Crimson, @thecrimson. Ongoing updates as available. UPDATE 10:39 a.m. ET: Catherine Herridge, Fox News Homeland Security reporter has confirmed that the threat did come via email.

UPDATE 11:15 a.m. ET: Still nothing new on this story.

 

Harvard University Annenberg Hall where students are waiting-out forced evacuations of 4 campuses

Harvard University Annenberg Hall where students are waiting-out forced evacuations of 4 campuses