MADISON, FL (WTXL) - The Madison County sheriff said no suspicious items have been found at the Lake Park of Madison nursing home, where deputies responded to a second bomb threat Thursday morning.
Deputies thoroughly searched the building, he said in a Facebook post.
"The building has been cleared allowing residents and staff to return," the post said, and investigators are working to identify the person responsible for the threat.
The post requests that anyone with information about the threat phoned in Thursday or Wednesday call their office at (850) 973 - 4001 ext 1 and ask to speak go an investigator.
Deputies respond to second bomb threat at Madison nursing home
MADISON, FL (WTXL) - The Madison County Sheriff's Office is responding to a second bomb threat at the Lake Park of Madison nursing home.
The sheriff's office posted on Facebook that the nursing home, off Old US 90, received the threat Thursday morning and deputies are now on-scene investigating.
The building has been evacuated and as of now, no injuries have been reported.
This marks the second such threat at the same nursing home in less than 24 hours. On Wednesday, deputies say someone called in a threat to the nursing home, but nothing suspicious was found and residents were allowed to return.
No one was hurt during Wednesday's incident.
This is a developing story and WTXL is working to gather further information.