MILLVILLE, Utah (ABC4 News) – A lockdown at a high school in Millville was due to a medical incident at the school, according to administration.
The incident happened earlier Monday morning at Ridgeline High School in Millville during the time of class change.
“There was a medical situation that occurred. In order to allow emergency personnel to get the equipment needed into the school without obstructions, the school was temporarily locked down,” stated in a post on the Cache County Sheriff’s Facebook page.
There was no threat to the safety of the students. The lockdown has since been lifted and school has resumed.
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