Sandy Point tsunami alarm test at noon April 7

Posted by THE BELLINGHAM HERALD on April 4, 2014 

SANDY POINT — Tsunami sirens on Sandy Point will sound at noon Monday, April 7, to make sure they're in working order.

Firefighters on Sandy Point often test the less-noisy components of the alert system, but the audible siren isn't always part of those tests.

Read the full press release here from the Washington Military Department Emergency Management Division.

(Thanks to Lummi Communications for posting the info.)

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