WILTON, Conn. — A lockdown at Miller-Driscoll School in Wilton ended after officials determined there was no intruder in the buliding as had been feared on Tuesday morning, according to the school website.
“The person running through the hall was actually a staff member,” according to an update from the school, which serves students in preschool through second grade.
A robo call at 11: 25 a.m. had informed parents of the lockdown Tuesday, according to the Wilton Bulletin .
Police were investigating the incident.
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