From Staff Reports
Emergency alarms sounded earlier this afternoon, raising local inquiries as to why the sirens were operating in short bursts. Corsicana Fire Chief Michael Ryan released a brief statement to provide an explanation.
“Please be advised, we had a couple of issues with the sirens when we did the Wednesday test. The siren company is here today working on them and evidently are performing a maintenance test on each one to make sure the problems have been corrected. If you get calls on this, that is the reason and they have completed their testing. They did advise someone in the Fire Department they were going to do this, but that information did not make it to Wade or myself prior to the testing.
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