UTAH - Department of Public Safety officials say the Federal Bureau of Investigation is investigating a bomb threat involving a tour bus in Utah Monday afternoon.
DPS spokesman Dwayne Baird said the bus was stopped in Utah at Highway 163 about 14 miles north of the Arizona border in Monument Valley. Authorities said all the passengers were safely escorted off the bus.
Officials have not confirmed where the bus is going, but it came from Grand Junction, Utah.
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