Orlando police respond to bomb threat at AdventHealth

ORLANDO, Fla. — Officers responded to AdventHealth hospital in Orlando Tuesday night after police dispatchers received a bomb threat around 9 p.m.

Update: 11:45 p.m.:

Orlando police said hospital staff and officers with K-9 units searched the hospital but did not find anything related to the threatening phone call.

The incident has concluded, police said.

Original Story:

Orlando police are responding to a bomb threat at AdventHealth on East Rollins Street.


Police said sometime after 9 p.m. they received a call from someone who only stated that there was an explosive put in the hospital.

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Hospital staff, police officers and K-9 units are checking the hospital for any suspicious packages.

The hospital is locking everything down as a precaution, police said.

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Channel 9 reporter Nick Papantonis is on scene gathering more information. Check back later for more details.

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Orlando police said hospital staff and patrol officers searched the hospital using K-9 units but did not find anything related to the threat. unfounded. ewitness News live.

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Adam Poulisse joined WFTV in November 2019.