PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Three hospitals and two businesses in the area received bomb threats within 90 minutes of one another Thursday night.
Allegheny County 911 confirmed that bomb threats were called into St. Clair Hospital in Mt. Lebanon and Allegheny Valley Hospital in Natrona Heights.READ MORE: It Happened Again! Watch As Pittsburgh Bald Eagle Knocked From Perch By Great Horned Owl
Both hospitals were not accepting patients, but that precaution has been lifted.
Threats were also made to the Benedum Theater in Pittsburgh and D’s Six Pax And Dogz in Regent Square. They were since cleared.
#BREAKING: Bomb threats were called into three area hospitals tonight just after 9pm – all within 20 minutes of each other. St. Clair, Allegheny Valley and Monongahela Valley all under a code black & are not accepting patients right now @KDKA pic.twitter.com/nXqACSFroj
— Rachele Mongiovi (@4RacheleM) August 9, 2019READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Groups Representing State Troopers, Corrections Officers Renew Calls For Vaccine Prioritization
Along with two hospitals in Allegheny County, Washington County 911 confirms a bomb threat was called into Monongahela Valley Hospital.
They are also were not accepting patients as a result and that precaution also has been lifted.
Allegheny County says that all the calls came from the same number, each time saying there was a bomb inside the establishments.
The number was identified as having a Maine area code, but that doesn’t mean the calls originated there.
Allegheny County Detectives said they worked through the night and will seek help from their federal partners.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 17 New Deaths, 186 Additional Cases
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