世界中で、米国人に向けた攻撃が沸騰しかけている中で、テキサス大学(University of Texas)、およびノースダコタ州立大学(North Dakota State University )の爆破予告は、大混乱になった。

BBC Newsは、テキサス大学は、08:35(13:35 GMT)に「中東アクセント」の人から脅威が受け取ったと言った。

FBIスポークスマンであるカイル・ロベーン(Kyle Loven)は、2つの脅威が関連づけられたかどうか判断しようとしているとAP通信に伝えた。


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なにしろ、全学生のスマートフォンに「Emergency Information」「Campus alerts」が簡単に配信できる。

Below are the updates the Statesman posted as they happened:

Update 12:45: North Dakota State University police reopened the Fargo campus at 1 p.m., with classes to resume at 2 p.m., the school announced.

Campus officials said the threat against the university was general, not specific, prompting all school properties - and 20,000 people - to be evacuated, according to Inforum.com, a news website serving Fargo.

University police have been in contact with officials in Austin but said they had no information connecting the two incidents, Inforum reported, adding that two other bomb threats this week were reported at Hector International Airport in Fargo and at the Grand Forks airport.

On UT's campus, all dining halls will open at 1 p.m., except at Kinsolving and the Littlefield Patio Cafe, according to an official with the division of housing and food services. A concert at the Cactus Cafe tonight will go ahead as planned, an official said.

Update 12:20 p.m.: At a press conference a little after noon on campus, UT President Bill Powers said that "We're extremely confident that the campus is safe. We are allowing people to go back into buildings."

Powers spoke at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center with Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell, City Manager Marc Ott and Robert Dahlstrom, UT Austin's chief of police.

Powers said an unspecified threat came into the university's main line about 8:30 a.m. and that university officials then evaluated the threat with local and federal agencies.

"It got to the point where we thought the prudent thing to do was to clear all buildings," Powers said.

The word to evacuate was given through social media, online and through texts, Powers said.

Update 11:58: "Thank you all for your patience," UT President Bill Powers said as he entered the AT&T Center for a news conference. "We're safe."

UT students and staff are being allowed to return to buildings. The Blanton Musuem of Art will open at 1 p.m., officials said. UT Performing arts events will take place tonight, an official said.

Update 11:39: University officials just posted to Twitter: "All activities except classes will resume at 5 p.m. Buildings may be reentered at noon. Today's classes are cancelled."

Update 11:34: The LBJ Library and Museum will be closed today and will repoen at 9 a.m. tomorrow, an official said.

Update 11:30 a.m.: University of Texas police just posted a notice to Twitter that said, "We are still clearing buildings. Please remain outside. Thank you for your patience."

Update 11:20: Tara Doolittle, a UT spokeswoman, said longtime employees could not recall another occasion when the entire campus had been evacuated. Although UT has about 50,000 students and 22,000 employees, she could not say how many were on campus today.

Campus, local and federal law enforcement officials were inspecting dozens of buildings. "We're checking the buildings to make sure they are secure, and we hope to allow reentry this afternoon," Doolittle said.

As for the threat made this morning, she said it involved one phone call from one person. She said officials hope to have additional information at a news conference scheduled for noon.

Update 11 a.m.: North Dakota State University also issued an evacuation order for all of its buildings in Fargo after receiving a bomb threat this morning.

An emergency message from university leaders, issued shortly after 10 a.m., ordered everybody out of any university-affiliated building by 10:15 a.m.

"This includes residence hall students, who, if necessary, should walk to locations off campus. This also includes the downtown buildings and agricultural facilities," the alert said.

Update 10:46: UT Austin just posted to Twitter: "Time specified in phone threat has passed but we have not yet cleared all buildings. Decision to resume operations&classes will come shortly"

Meanwhile, hundreds of students are standing near the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Brazos Street. Police are telling people to move to the southern side of MLK, and officers and DPS troopers are blocking the entrances to campus in the area.

Junho Ahn, a 20-year-old senior from Denton, said he did not get a text message from university officials to evacuate campus. He said he walked out of class at Waggoner Hall let out at 9:45 to find students on cell phones and a friend running toward him telling him to get off campus.

"I'm pretty skeptical, I can understand why they're taking precautions, but I don't think it's that great to notify us this late, apparently a few minutes before the bombs go off," Ahn said.

Update 10:45: Hyde Park Baptist Schools officials sent following notice to parents:
"Hyde Park Baptist Schools are currently in lock down, until further notice. All students and staff are in proper places and safe. An email will be sent when the lock down is lifted."

Hyde Park officials would not say why the campuses had been closed off.

Update 10:35: Capital Metro posted a notice on Twitter that said: "UT shuttle service will resume as soon as a safe staging point is identified."
Meanwhile, clusters of staff and students are standing in light rain outside the parking lot of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs in northeast campus.

John Wheat, a translator and archivist at the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, said he was sitting in the center's break room when sirens went off outside and co-workers told him to evacuate.

He said that his director sent everyone home, saying they won't be able to go back in for a while.

Update 10:25: University of Texas officials just sent a post on Twitter that said, "Buildings being checked/cleared. Stay away from buildings. No decision on afternoon classes/activities. Next update at 10:45am."
Among those who were instructed to evacuate immediately were a few hundred people attending a mental health symposium at UT's AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.

"Somebody came by and said they got a text on their phone that we're all supposed to get out," said Sven Kindem, a peer specialist and patient aide who was waiting a half block away from the center. He had taken shelter from the rain under a nearby building overhang.

Traffic all around the campus is very heavy, but pedestrians are walking around calmly, including a number walking past campus buildings.

Update, 10:22 a.m.: North Dakota State University has also received bomb threats this morning, according to news reports.

ValleyNewsLive.com reports that an emergency alert there urged students and staff to leave campus by 10:15 am.

UPDATE, 10 a.m.: UT officials said in a statement:
At 8:35 a.m. the university received a call from a male with a middle eastern accent claiming to have placed bombs all over campus. He said he was with Al Qaeda and these bombs would go off in 90 minutes. President Powers was notified and it was decided to evacuate all of the buildings out of an abundance of caution.

EARLIER: The University of Texas emergency alert system posted the following notice:
Evacuation due to threats on campus. Immediately evacuate ALL buildings and get as far away as possible. More information to come.

A UT official told the American-Statesman that the university had received multiple bomb threats to multiple buildings.


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