Texas A&M evacuates alumni center due to bomb threat; Update: Alert canceled


Code Maroon Bomb threat at Clayton Williams Alumni Center. Evacuate building and avoid area. No other buildings -see emergency.tamu.edu

— CodeMaroon @ TAMU (@TAMUCodeMaroon) February 22, 2013

This is the second bomb threat at Texas A&M University this week. On Wednesday, the University used the “Code Maroon” alert system to notify the community of a threat.

Code Maroon Bomb threat investigation at Kyle. Stadium and adjacent bldgs will be closed for remainder of day. -see emergency.tamu.edu

— CodeMaroon @ TAMU (@TAMUCodeMaroon) February 20, 2013

No bomb was found.

Code Maroon. All Clear. Kyle,Read,GRW,Steed,Bright searched. No bomb found. Normal occupancy and activities resumes at 6am Thursday. 7:30pm

— CodeMaroon @ TAMU (@TAMUCodeMaroon) February 21, 2013

@tamucodemaroon Two times in one week? Geeeezzz

— Josh Dover (@joshdover) February 22, 2013

Alrighty people, i don’t know who got the idea that threatening Texas A&M with bombs was smart . But i hopethey get incurable diahrrea

— Lucas Nadeau (@LucasJPNadeau) February 22, 2013

Twitchy will monitor this breaking news and update as more details become available.


#TAMUBombThreat — Location of bomb threat. #TAMU twitter.com/CodyLillich/st…

— Cody Lillich (@CodyLillich) February 22, 2013

As of 11:41 a.m. ET, the investigation is ongoing.

Code Maroon:Update: Williams Alumni Center remains closed until further notice. Investigation continues.10:40 AM

— CodeMaroon @ TAMU (@TAMUCodeMaroon) February 22, 2013


Looks like another false alarm.

Code Maroon:All clear.Williams Alumni Center has been cleared.Building is reopened for normal occupancy.11:08 AM

— CodeMaroon @ TAMU (@TAMUCodeMaroon) February 22, 2013