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Northeast Lakeview College lockdown lifted

KENS 5 was later updated by Universal City Police saying a "person called Kitty Hawk Middle School with an active shooter threat."

SAN ANTONIO — Northeast Lakeview College says the campus lockdown has been lifted.

Originally, the lockdown was announced at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday. They said the reason for the lockdown was "out of an abundance of caution due to a threat in the vicinity."

KENS 5 was later updated by Universal City Police saying a "person called Kitty Hawk Middle School with an active shooter threat." Judson ISD and ACC campuses in the area were then put on lock down.

Police say "nothing has happened at this time." The call was reportedly made from an untraceable phone around 9:20 a.m. Wednesday. There is a heavy presence of law enforcement in the area.

The full statement previously released is as follows:

Out of abundance of caution due to a threat in the in vicinity of Northeast Lakeview College the campus is on lockdown.  That is the most recent update I have at this time.

The statement released by the campus at 10:39 a.m. reads:

All is clear and campus activity may resume as scheduled.

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