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'All-clear' given after bomb threat at Southern Hens Inc

Jones county officials respond to bomb threat at Southern Hens Inc. in Moselle. Source: WDAM Jones county officials respond to bomb threat at Southern Hens Inc. in Moselle. Source: WDAM
MOSELLE, MS (WDAM) -

Jones County officials responded to reports of a bomb threat at Southern Hens Inc in Moselle Friday morning. 

According to Jones County Director of Emergency Management Marda Tullos, a call was received that there were six bombs on the property. 

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The building was evacuated and bomb-sniffing dogs were sent to the scene.

An all-clear was given just before noon, and employees are able to return to work. 

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