AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- Authorities have searched University Hospital in Augusta after a patient received a bomb threat.
Authorities say a patient got a call Saturday night where a man told her there was a bomb on her floor and that it would blow up that night. Officers searched the hospital with a K-9 unit but found nothing suspicious.
Authorities have been unable to trace the call and have no suspects in the incident.
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