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College text alert system failed to activate properly after triple homicide

KSTP reports text alerts meant to warn Hennepin Technical College students and staff were delayed nearly 50 minutes Monday morning. The Brooklyn Park campus was locked down after three people were shot and killed at a nearby in-home daycare.
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KSTP reports text alerts meant to warn Hennepin Technical College students and staff were delayed nearly 50 minutes Monday morning. The Brooklyn Park campus was locked down after three people were shot and killed at a nearby in-home daycare.

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