No anthrax at Frist, test results negative
Posted October 29, 2001; 12:44 a.m.
The University today was notified by state officials that the final test results of the powdery substance found in Frist Campus Center last Monday are negative, which means no anthrax was detected.
On Oct. 22, a student noticed a suspicious powdery substance on a computer and its keyboard. The University took precautionary measures, including calling a HAZMAT team that decontaminated the area and sent the substance to the state for testing.
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