Police and firefighters in Massachusetts cordoned off Holliston High School and pulled a student out of class after receiving an anonymous call which they believed claimed that student had a bomb in his or her car. They were also able to ID the student who made the call and upon further investigation realized they had misunderstood the call. The caller had reported seeing a bong, not a bomb, in the other student's car.
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