Bomb threat reported at Nandua High School on Wednesday; no one in danger

Deputies say that they are investigating a bomb threat that was reported to a high school in Accomack County, on Wednesday morning.

According to Accomack County Public Schools, Nandua High School received a bomb threat at 10:18 AM, on Wednesday.

The school was evacuated right away according to protocol and procedures in the crisis management plan for Accomack County Public Schools.

The Accomack County Sheriff's Office reportedly called in the K-9 unit from Worcester County and Wicomico County Sheriff's Department to help. All students were accounted for and no bomb was found.

The all clear was given by officials at 12:15 PM for re-entry into the school to continue the day.

Warren C. Holland, Superintendent of Accomack County Public Schools, says, "The safety of our students is our number one priority. 

I would like to thank all of our personnel, the Accomack County Sheriff's Department, and the Worcester County K-9 Unit and the Wicomico County Sheriff's Department for their quick and responsive action to ensure the safety of all students."

The incident is under investigation by the Accomack County Sheriff's Office.

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