According to Lt Kent O'Donnell from the Yellowstone County Sheriff;s Officer, Wednesday October 17th at 6 PM, Yellowstone County Disaster & Emergency Services (DES) will conduct a county wide Emergency Siren Test.
The siren system is to alert citizens of possible dangers such as, natural or man-made disasters, extreme changing weather conditions, chemical emergencies, or national emergencies.
The 24 sirens will sound for 1 minute at all sites.
When the public hears the Emergency Siren System, please follow these directions:
* Go indoors, close all doors and windows
* Tune to local information stations (TV, Radio, Weather Radio, etc)
* DO NOT call 911. Such calls may hinder response activities in an emergency.
* Stay tuned to your local media outlets for further information and instructions.
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