Legoland in Florida evacuated after bomb threat

By REUTERS
October 13, 2016 20:08

 
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The Legoland amusement park and resort in Winter Haven, Florida was evacuated on Thursday due to a bomb threat, park officials said in a statement on Twitter.

"A bomb threat was discovered on our property," the statement said. "We have evacuated the theme park and hotel for the safety and security of guests and employees

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