Threatening note prompts bomb squad response at Bunker Hill Community College

BOSTON (WHDH) — An “all clear” has been given after a bomb squad was called Tuesday night to Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown, safety officials said.

State police responded around 6 p.m. to the college for a report of threatening note that was found on a car windshield, sources told 7’s Steve Cooper.

Video from Sky7 showed bomb squad members searching a vehicle in Lot 4 near Perimeter Road. College officials said a second vehicle was searched as well in Lot 2 near the Gilmore Bridge. Investigators did not find the threat to be credible.

The note supposedly read: “Don’t start your car if you want to live.”

The MBTA’s Orange Line was delayed near the Community College stop due to heavy police activity. Service has since resumed.

College officials asked people to avoid the area as precaution.

The incident is under investigation.

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