Officials Find No Threat After Evacuating Fort Bragg Building

Soldiers and civilians at Fort Bragg’s Marshall Hall returned to work just after 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, a little more than two hours after the building was evacuated as officials investigated an unspecified threat.

Paul Boyce, a spokesman for U.S. Army Forces Command, said police and fire officials swept each floor of the building in search of anything out of the ordinary. They found no indication that soldiers and civilians were at risk by returning to work.

Marshall Hall is one of the largest buildings on Fort Bragg, the nation’s largest military installation. It is home to U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command.

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Source: Fay Observer