No Credible Bomb Threat at Nuclear Power Plant


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The Cleveland FBI reported Wednesday night that they were assisting local law enforcement, including the Lake County Bomb Squad, in responding to an unspecified police incident at the Perry nuclear power plant.

No details were provided, but local TV stations on scene have reported that a vehicle was stopped at the plant's entrance.

WKYC's Marisa Saenz has reported that the scene at Perry is now clear and no credible bomb threat was detected. 

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