Shooting threats cause Wilson football stadium to be evacuated

Wilson Stadium has now been deemed safe after being evacuated due to threats over a possible shooting during a football game on Thursday night. Albuquerque Police Department officials said they received a credible threat of a possible shooting that could have occurred during the Sandia vs. Manzano football game. As a precaution, the APD evacuated everyone from the stadium and held the football teams in the dressing rooms. . An APD spokesperson said: “Public safety is our top priority. With that in mind, there will be an officer presence at Wilson Stadium and Sandia High for a few more hours.” According to MaxPreps.com, the football game will be rescheduled for Saturday at 11 a.m.

Wilson Stadium has now been deemed safe after being evacuated due to threats over a possible shooting during a football game on Thursday night.

Albuquerque Police Department officials said they received a credible threat of a possible shooting that could have occurred during the Sandia vs. Manzano football game.

As a precaution, the APD evacuated everyone from the stadium and held the football teams in the dressing rooms.

An APD spokesperson said: “Public safety is our top priority. With that in mind, there will be an officer presence at Wilson Stadium and Sandia High for a few more hours.”

According to MaxPreps.com, the football match will be postponed to Saturday at 11 a.m.

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