Two St. Philip’s College campuses evacuated due to bomb threat

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SAN ANTONIO — Two St. Philip’s College campuses were evacuated Monday due to the potential of a bomb threat, a spokesperson from the college confirmed to KENS 5 staff.

The Southwest campus on Quintana Road, as well as the location along MLK Drive, were both evacuated out of an abundance of caution, the school says.

The MLK and Southwest Campuses have been evacuated. Please leave campus immediately.

Posted by St. Philip’s College on Monday, May 15, 2023

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