Bomb threat made to Jewish Hospital not credible, Mercy Health says
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A bomb threat made to Jewish Hospital on Wednesday was found to not be credible, according to Mercy Health.
An anonymous call was made around 10 a.m. alleging a bomb threat.
Jewish Hospital says they called the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department who arrived “quickly” and conducted a “thorough search.”
Nothing was found inside or outside the hospital, Mercy Health explained.
“At The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health, one of our most important responsibilities is the safety and security of our patients, visitors, associates and physicians,” Mercy Health said. “We appreciate the collaboration with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department and their swift, efficient, and caring response.”
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