A prankster rattled nerves at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Friday morning.
The Broward Sheriff's Office said someone made a prank call about shots fired at the high school in Parkland, the site of the 2018 Valentine's Day school shooting that left 17 people dead.
No word on whether any arrests have been made. Aerials show a large law enforcement presence in the area.
Coral Springs Police say all schools in the area have been released from a precautionary code yellow, saying there's no threat at Westglades Middle School, which is next door to Stoneman Douglas. CBS Miami reported earlier that the school went on lockdown due to a threat by phone.
The campus was searched and cleared.
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