Students at Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School on 20th Avenue and 58th Street in Boro Park were abruptly evacuated on Thursday after a student threatened to blow up the school with a bomb. The New York City Police Department swiftly responded to the scene and is now conducting an investigation into the matter.
The school administration acted swiftly to ensure the safety of the students and staff, and the evacuation was carried out smoothly and efficiently. The students have been relocated to a safe location, and the police are working diligently to determine the credibility of the threat.
Parents and guardians of the students at FDR High School are advised to remain calm and avoid the area while the police continue their investigation. The safety and security of the students is the top priority, and the authorities are taking all necessary precautions to ensure that everyone remains safe.
The situation is still developing, and more information will be provided as it becomes available. The police are asking anyone with information about the threat to contact them immediately.
After a thorough investigation, the NYPD has determined that the threat at Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School was a false alarm. The students and staff have returned to the school, and the area has been deemed safe.
The police commend the school administration and the students for their cooperation and understanding during the evacuation. False alarms of this nature are taken very seriously, and the authorities will continue to be vigilant in ensuring the safety of all schools and communities.