Several schools across the US state of Georgia reportedly received calls threatening an active shooter on campus. Many of the schools have gone under lockdown after the calls were made.

The Glynn County School Police confirmed that the last call as of now was made to Brunswick High School on Wednesday morning. However, the management informed that no active shooter was reported on campus and the call that threatened to ‘shoot up the school’ is being suspected to be a hoax. 

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“We are aware that several other school districts have also received similar calls this morning and have begun investigations into these reports,” the Brunswick High School management said in a statement. 

Although the schools have been evacuated, all Glynn County schools have been placed under a Code Yellow lockdown as a precaution.

Savannah High School is one such school that is taking precautions in case of any emergency. “There is a heavy police presence at Savannah High School…Activity on social media indicates a possible shooting.”, Savannah station wrote in an article this morning. 

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Camden County High School has also gone under lockdown after a phone call was made from an apparent active shooter. 

“Camden County Schools is aware of the phone call about an active shooter. Please be aware that this is a hoax and there have been no shots fired at the Camden County High School campus.”, a statement on the school’s website read.