On Wednesday afternoon, KABC Los Angeles anchors David Ono and Ellen Leyva stood on the grass outside its Glendale, Calif., facility and were dressed more casually than usual on a 90-degree day, using trucks to broadcast as though they were reporters in the field, following a bomb threat.
At 4:38 p.m. PT, Disney said the all-clear has been given and that police are letting people back into KABC’s Glendale, Calif., offices. The facility was evacuated Wednesday following a bomb threat. The alert was sparked when a man called the police a little before 2:45 p.m. to say that there were several bombs in the ABC7 building at 500 Circle Seven Drive, ABC7 News reported. Shortly after, the evacuations began.
Police say Marshall David Logan called 311 and stated there was a bomb in a piece of meat at the Austin PBS station. No bomb was found. Logan admitted to making the call and now faces a state felony charge for placing a false alarm report because the threat was made regarding a television station.