HUDSON, OH (WOIO) - The lockdown at Hudson High School is over and students have returned to a normal schedule.
The high school was placed under lockdown after a man wearing a black ski mask and trench coat was spotted in the parking lot around 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
According to Hudson Schools Superintendent Phil Herman, the suspicious man was identified, and had legitimate business at the school.
An ambulance was called to the school for a staff member who was having a seizure, and was not related to the lockdown.
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