Students and staff were reported to be safe after a bomb threat was sent by a text message into a middle school in Davie on Friday.
The threat was made just after 11 a.m. to Nova Middle School, which was later evacuated along with Nova High School as a precaution.
All students and staff are safe, according to the Davie Police Department.
Just over an hour after the initial message was sent, Davie Police said the school was clear and students were allowed back in. Officials have not said if any arrests have been made.
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Several students reportedly were treated for heat exhaustion, but officials haven't released any details on if anyone was hospitalized as a result.