ORLANDO, Fla. – A 911 call made to Orlando police that prompted a lockdown Tuesday at Dr. Phillips High School was a hoax, according to the department.
The Orlando Police Department said the school was on a lockdown while officers canvassed the campus and it was lifted around noon.
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Orange County Public Schools said nothing was found on the campus during the search.
The incident is being investigated as a false report, the district said.
Information about the call made to police has not been released.
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