GREEN BAY - A fake gun caused a scare at a Green Bay school.
Two students from Edison Middle School told officials that another student had a gun on a bus Wednesday morning.
Authorities investigated, and found out it was a toy gun.
The district says talk about the gun spread throughout the day.
Police later received a call about another report of a gun on a bus.
That came in when some children were being dropped off from school.
It ended up being the same incident.
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