UPDATE (July 5, 2022, at 4:15 p.m.): BridgeValley Community and Technical College (BVCTC) has spoken after the South Charleston and Montgomery campuses were evacuated due to a bomb threat.

BVCTC says that around 10:58 a.m. on Tuesday, Metro 911 notified the community college about the bomb threat.

BVCTC Police Department and South Charleston Police Department cleared Building 2000 in South Charleston without incident.

Additionally, Montgomery Police Chief Paris Workman says the main building on the Montgomery campus, Davis Hall, was evacuated.

Local fire departments blocked the streets, and a bomb-sniffing dog was deployed.

Montgomery law enforcement maintained communications with BVCTC South Charleston police throughout the incident.

Out of caution, Montgomery General Hospital decided to do a separate 45-minute lockdown. No bomb was found.

All BVCTC buildings are cleared to re-enter, but classes and events remain canceled for the day.

The campuses are scheduled to reopen on a normal schedule on Wednesday.

SOUTH CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) — BridgeValley Community and Technical College posted on Facebook that all campus buildings are closed for the rest of the day due to the “unknown nature” of a recent bomb threat.

All classes and activities are also canceled for the day.

BridgeValley asked employees to work from home if they can. They also asked students and employees to not enter campus buildings until officials say it is safe.

West Virginia Univerisity in Morgantown is also closed due to a bomb threat.

The West Virginia Department of Homeland Security says both state and federal officials are investigating the threats.

This story will be updated if more information comes in.