HOLLISTON, Mass. (AP) — Police arriving at Holliston High School were worried that they might have a potentially explosive situation on their hands.

Earlier Friday morning they’d received an anonymous phone call claiming that a student had a “bomb” in a car at the school.

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The high school administration was notified and the student parking lot cordoned off, according to a police report.

Police and school officials were then able to identify and interview the anonymous caller and the student with the car.

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Police said the caller said they had called to report that there was a “bong” in a car — not a “bomb.”

Police said a “search of the student-suspect’s car confirmed the caller’s words were misunderstood.”

The student parking lot was re-opened and normal school activities resumed.

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