Sheriff’s officials have given the all-clear after investigating a bomb threat at Loma Linda University Medical Center on Tuesday morning.
The threat was received just before 11 a.m., prompting a search at the hospital that ended about an hour later when nothing suspicious was found, according to the hospital and the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.
No evacuation was ordered during the search, and people at the hospital were allowed to move about freely during the investigation.
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For the next hour and a half, the hospital remained on what it called Code Yellow, which asked for people at the campus to be aware and report suspicious activity or packages to security.
Deputies were investigating the source of the bomb threat, which came less than week after another bomb threat was made at the hospital following the mass shooting in San Bernardino.