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All sirens work, except one during Longview warning test

Source: KLTV staff Source: KLTV staff
LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

For the third straight week of testing Longview's siren system, all worked properly except for one which failed to sound or rotate correctly.

City of Longview spokesman Shawn Hara said siren 16 located at Spring Hill Water Tower did not function.

Hara said the problem may have been a signal communication issue and will be addressed.

Longview has been testing their warning sirens after several failed to sound during routine drills.

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