FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — Classes are canceled at an Orange County high school as police investigate an emailed bomb threat.

Police spokeswoman Daniella Valadez says officials decided to shut down Fountain Valley High after receiving word of the threat early Wednesday. 

She had no further details. 

The school's parking lots are empty and the campus appears deserted.

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