MANILA, Philippines -- Classes were suspended at the Santolan National High School in Pasig City on Tuesday due to a bomb threat.
Senior Supt. Mario Rariza, chief of Pasig Police, said a school employee received a call at around 8 a.m., saying a bomb will explode inside the campus.
The bomb threat prompted officials to suspend classes. Students were then immediately instructed to leave the school.
The bomb squad, however, found no bomb inside the campus. -- Report from Dennis Datu, dzMM