A lockdown at McLaren Port Huron has been lifted following a threat to the hospital Tuesday morning.
The hospital’s social media said Tuesday afternoon that all visitation and entry to the hospital can resume as usual.
The hospital went on lockdown shortly after 9:35 a.m. following a threat that was made by phone call to the hospital, Port Huron Police Capt. Brian Kerrigan said.
Patients with an appointment were screened at the entrance during the lockdown, while the hospital asked all others to refrain from visiting, according to the hospital’s social media posted around 10:30 a.m.
Further information was not immediately available.