Wednesday, January 19, 2011

PG&E To Do Weekly Tsunami Siren Tests On Fridays

PG&E said that they will be doing regular weekly tests of it's Tsunami Warning Siren on Fridays just after Noon. The tests will take place at their Humboldt Bay power plant.
The tests should last for about 15 seconds or so and will be heard in King Salmon and Humboldt Hill as well as large portions of Humboldt Bay.
In the event that there is a real Tsunami Warning the signal will stay on much longer.

1 comment:

  1. Tsunami warning. Right. This comes right after they had a freak fire. More like a "next time a fire like that happens and comes even closer to seriously blowing things up and dumpin toxic plumes all over the place" siren. Tsunami warning, sheesh.


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