Bomb Threat Called In To Louisville JCC

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The national wave of threats made towards Jewish Institutions makes its way to Louisville.

Around 100 people were evacuated from Louisville's Jewish Community Center located on Dutchman's Lane after a bomb threat was called in around noon.

Sara Wagner, President and CEO of the Center, says because of the recent threats made across the country, they've been preparing and had staff members trained in what to do if a threat was called in.

Wagner says they're sad someone would want to stop the Center's daily operations. 

The Louisville Jewish Community Center has been in Louisville for 127 years. 

Police have since given the "All Clear" after sweeping the building. 

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