Aalborg hospital bomb threat dismissed as hoax

Call came from a woman with a history of psychological problems

Aalborg University Hospital received a bomb threat by telephone just after midday today, North Jutland Police revealed.

The threat came from a female caller and was made from a telephone number that was found to belong to a 33-year-old woman from Aalborg who suffers from mental health issues.

The woman also has a history of similar conduct in the past.

The police sent several patrol units to the hospital, but didn’t find anything suspicious and concluded that the threat was a hoax.





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