The White House experienced a security scare as emergency responders, including fire trucks and ambulances, rushed to the scene following a 911 prank call on Monday morning, January 15. The 911 prank call falsely claimed the building was on fire and someone was trapped inside, triggering a significant emergency response. President Joe Biden, who was at Camp David during the incident, was not affected as authorities swiftly determined it to be a false alarm. US-UK Launch Airstrikes Against Houthi: President Joe Biden Warns Houthis of Further Retaliation if They Continue Attacks.
White House Swatted
BREAKING: White House Swatted - Fake caller reportedly calls 911 to say residence was on fire pic.twitter.com/k4ROP0M7un
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) January 15, 2024
Fake 911 Call
#BREAKING: White House "swatted" after 911 prank call.
Fire trucks and ambulances swarmed the White House on Monday morning after a caller told 911 dispatchers the building was on fire and someone was trapped inside in what appears to be a 'swatting' incident.
President Joe… pic.twitter.com/SBKBnkedGH
— Breaking News (@TheNewsTrending) January 15, 2024
False Fire Report
JUST IN - White House "swatted" after 911 prank call — Daily Mail
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) January 15, 2024
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