Drama Class Skit Prompts Campus Scare: Report - NBC 7 San Diego

Drama Class Skit Prompts Campus Scare: Report



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    Students at Cal State San Marcos got caught up in a skit gone horribly  wrong according to a report from our media partners the North County Times.

    The campus was ordered locked down after a 911 call sent from a frightened student in Academic Hall just before 4 p.m. Thursday.

    The student reportedly spotted a woman falling out of a classroom doorway and a classroom of screaming students and the report of someone with a gun, the paper reported.

    San Diego County sheriff's deputies soon joined campus police to investigate and even entered the class with guns drawn on about a dozen students and ordered them to the ground, according to the North County Times.

    The campus was then given the all-clear. What's still up in the air is if the drama class instructor will face disciplinary action for the skit.

    Read more details about the scare and the reaction of students in the full article in the North County Times.