Lake Norman’s Nuclear Power Plant About To Test Emergency Sirens
Lake Norman’s McGuire Nuclear Station is about to exam their complete siren technique at comprehensive volume. The exam will be performed tomorrow, October 13th, commencing at 11:50am.
There will be a whole of 67 sirens within just 10 miles of the nuclear station that will go off for exactly three minutes to make sure every siren will work properly.
This comprehensive-cycle siren check is expected once each quarter in cooperation with crisis officials in Mecklenburg, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln and Catawba counties.
*Inform* This Wednesday (Oct 13) There will be a complete volume siren take a look at for the McGuire Nuclear Station at 11:50am. This is aspect of the frequent, quarterly, siren examination system. #SirenTestOnly #NoEmergency #OneTownOneTeam pic.twitter.com/z2QUtdAhCM
— Huntersville Fireplace (@Huntersville_FD) Oct 12, 2021
Right here is a video clip clip of the siren that went off a number of yrs back:
The sirens are meant to be a warning sign to all residents in audible variety to tune in to their local Tv set or radio stations for further more details or instruction – the sirens are not intended to be an automatic evacuation alarm.
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