‘Detailed threat’ cancels high school football game in Cincinnati area

Mason High School football coach Brian Castner talks to WLWT before the Comets' game against Moeller High School (CREDIT: Mason City Schools, Twitter)

MASON, OH (WCMH)–A football game between two Cincinnati-area high schools was cancelled abruptly on Friday night after a bomb threat was called into the Mason Police Department.

Mason staff told WLWT that a person who sounded like a man called in a detailed bomb threat to the Warren County dispatch center prior to the game between Mason and Moeller high schools.

The game will be rescheduled. Students are being asked to stay off school grounds.

 

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