Emergency Over At Ohio NASA Center
CLEVELAND (AP) - Loudspeakers have announced "all clear" and "the emergency is over" at an Ohio NASA center that had been locked down amid a report of a possible gunman.
The announcement went out shortly before 11 a.m. Friday at the sprawling NASA Glenn Research Center next to Cleveland's airport.
No other information is available. Most traffic lanes at the center's main gate are blocked off amid a heavy police presence.
Earlier in the morning, NASA Glenn spokeswoman Sally Harrington would not say whether police were checking for a gunman but said the complex was placed under "complete lockdown."
A Cleveland Hopkins International Airport spokeswoman said its operations were not affected.
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