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Bomb Threat Causes Evacuation Of Jewish Day School In South Florida

A reported bomb threat has caused the evacuation of David Posnack Hebrew Day School in Davie, Florida. Local officers responded to a call at the school’s location off Pine Island Road in Davie, Florida, shortly after 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, March 7.

Students and faculty were evacuated shortly after the call came in. The Davie Police Department and Broward Sheriff’s Office bomb squad are on the scene. Police said all buildings have been evacuated, and students and staff are safe.

This is the second bomb threat made to the David Posnack Hebrew Day School. It was evacuated on the Monday, February 27, after a threat came in.


What Happened?

A reported bomb threat has caused the evacuation of the David Posnack Hebrew Day School in Davie, Florida. The Davie PD and Broward Sheriff’s Office bomb squad are on the scene.


About Davie Posnack Hebrew Day School

The Davie Posnack Hebrew Day School was founded in 1974  in Plantation, Florida, with the middle school being added in 1983 and the high school in 1998.

In January 2011, the David Posnack Jewish Day School consolidated its elementary, middle, and high schools into one campus in Davie, Florida.


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