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Puerto Rico Hospital Gets Scare

January 07, 1987|Associated Press

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Bomb threats today forced evacuation of hundreds of people from a hospital--including six survivors of the Dupont Plaza Hotel fire--and the inn where hotel officials and the FBI have set up a temporary office.

Police said searches turned up no bombs. Bomb threats also were received at four other locations, including the Justice Department, which is coordinating the investigation into the fatal New Year's Eve fire. Ninety-six people died in the fire, which officials said was caused by arson.

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