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Part of Creek Nation complex evacuated after mail scare; nothing hazardous found

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Posted: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 3:06 pm | Updated: 8:24 am, Tue Apr 15, 2014.

OKMULGEE — Part of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation complex was evacuated late Wednesday morning due to a suspicious piece of mail.

An envelope containing white powder arrived among the mail for the Executive Building on the tribal complex’s northeast side. As a precaution, the 13 employees and the one visiting tribal citizen who were in the building at the time were evacuated and quarantined while tribal, local and federal officials assessed the situation.

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