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Sanilac County to test warning sirens

By Dave Fredrick - Sanilac Broadcasting

Sanilac County will be testing their tornado warning sirens at 5 pm Monday afternoon.

Sanilac County Emergency Management Director Todd Hillman said the County chose to test their system a week later that the statewide test.

Hillman said area fire departments will activate their sirens at 5 pm and then signal the all clear 10 minutes later.

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The test is done every year to assure the County’s preparedness in the event of an actual tornado.

While most counties conducted the test last week, there were a number of counties that chose to either postpone or delay the testing as to not alarm unknowing residents during this time of the coronavirus pandemic.

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