Multiple New Brunswick Schools Are Being Evacuated For A Police Investigation
Students are being advised to stay in residence.
Multiple New Brunswick schools are being evacuated due to an ongoing police investigation.
On Friday, September 10, Fredericton Police tweeted asking people to avoid the area around the University of New Brunswick as they look into "a file."
Police remain on scene at UNB and are still investigating the cause of the evacuation. Please continue to avoid the area.— Fredericton Police (@Fredericton Police) 1631295735
Police are on scene at UNB investigating a file. Please avoid the area. We will provide updates when it is appropriate.— Fredericton Police (@Fredericton Police) 1631289499
The University of New Brunswick's Fredericton, Saint John, and Moncton campuses were all evacuated while students in residence are being advised to stay where they are.
As a precautionary measure, we are evacuating the UNB Fredericton and UNB Saint John campuses and the Moncton site immediately. Residence students should shelter in place. Further details will be provided as soon as they become available.— UNB (@UNB) 1631291044
The Fredericton Campus of the New Brunswick Community College was also closed down and people were asked to evacuate.
NBCC Fredericton Campus will be closed effective immediately and we ask everyone to leave until further notice. We will provide further information as it becomes available.pic.twitter.com/5iOEXnfGRu— New Brunswick Community College (@New Brunswick Community College) 1631291661
St. Thomas University also asked people to leave the area and for students to remain in residence.
We have been advised to close the STU Campus effective immediately and ask everyone to leave until further notice. We will provide further information as it becomes available. Residence students are asked to remain in their residence halls until further notice.— St. Thomas University (@St. Thomas University) 1631290090
Further details are expected to be released by police.
More to come...