Carleton University locked down due to sound mistaken for shots
By Canadian SecurityNews Campus campus security
The sound of popping balloons at Carleton University prompted a campus-wide lockdown on Sunday, Feb. 28, after students called 911 because they believed shots were being fired, CBC News reported.
Responding officers and campus security personnel initiated a campus-wide lockdown while they investigated.
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