Published: Tue, January 24, 2017
USA | By Cassandra Hanson

Lockdown at US Air Force Base Lifted

Lockdown at US Air Force Base Lifted

The lockdown was lifted after Security Forces sweeps were completed at 11:38 a.m.

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base went on lockdown Monday morning, citing unconfirmed 'reports of gunshot sounds.'.

"The base is now on lock down".

They later said in a news release that reports of gunshot sounds were unconfirmed.

Two schools are also inside the base.

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About 10,500 people work on the Tucson base. Media are advised not to come to base at this time.

An all clear was declared about an hour later and the base said personnel there were "free to resume all normal operations".

Questions should be directed to the 355th FW Public Affairs office at (520) 228-3407 or 355wgpa@us.af.mil. Both said all students were safe and unaccounted for. "Will keep parents updated", wrote the Sonoran Science Academy Davis-Monthan, also located inside the base.

No one was being allowed on base, so traffic backed up near the gates.

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