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Students allowed to return to San Francisco State after bomb scare
SAN FRANCISCO -- San Francisco State University students are being allowed to return to the school's Creative Arts Building after being evacuated because of a bomb scare this morning, according to the university's Twitter account.
The building, located near Holloway Avenue, was evacuated after campus police learned of the potential threat, according to a 9:19 a.m. tweet.
Police have since deemed the building safe and allowed people to re-enter, university officials tweeted just before 9:45 a.m.
A school spokeswoman was not immediately available to provide more details.
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