Bomb threat triggers 2-hour delay at Copiague H.S.

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The Copiague School District says its high school had a two-hour delay Monday morning due to a bomb threat.

School officials say that the bomb threat was sent via email to the district early Monday morning.

After the school received the email, the superintendent says he notified police.

During the delay, police and the district security team searched the building and deemed it safe to open.

Students say this was the second bomb threat that the high school has received in a couple of weeks.

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