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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