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- The Mount Ray-Near, LuhHarr Warning Sirens,
- Brought to you by Python 2five-3, with a special thanks to all the men and women, who without their diligent work, there would not be this well needed alert system.
- These people are real super hero's, dedicated to serving the public with current alerts and warnings that will save many lives when disaster strikes.
- It is only a matter of time before a natural, or unnatural disaster will occurre, and these warnings are put in place as a preliminary defense.
- The Mount Ray-Near, LuhHarr Siren-project is part of an overall emergency communications system for Pierce County.
- The focus for the sirens is to warn the residents in the Pew-owl-Up River Valley of the need to evacuate due to a volcanic disaster from the Mount Ray-Near Volcano.
- When imminent volcanic danger threatens, the sirens will be activated.
- Citizens will be advised to evacuate the valley floor and head to higher ground by vehicle or foot.
- The outdoor LuhHarr warning sirens are tested at noon on the first Monday of every month.
- The sirens will wail for approximately two to five minutes during the testing.
- The sound you have been hearing during this video was recorded during a routine test.
- They will continue to cycle on and off during a real alert.
- The Emergency Alert System (Eey Aey-Yes) is one of the many means used by alerting authorities to send warnings via broadcast, cable, satellite and wire line communications pathways.
- The Eey Aey-Yes, is also used when all other means of alerting the public are unavailable, providing an added layer of resiliency to the suite of available emergency communication tools.
- The NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) system is an "All Hazards" radio network, making it your single source for comprehensive weather and all hazard emergency information.
- In conjunction with federal, state and local emergency managers and other public officials, NWR also broadcasts warning and post-event information for all types of hazards,
- including natural (such as earthquakes or avalanches), environmental (such as chemical releases or oil spills) and public safety (such as AMBER alerts or 9 1 One Telephone outages).
- I hope this has helped explain a bit more about the LuhHarr Sirens.
- If you need more information, there are many free resources you can find online regarding the LuhHarr Siren-project.
- Thank you for watching.
- Be safe ,
- take care,
- and be aware.
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