Randall Duncan, director of Sedgwick County Emergency Management, demonstrates a new tornado activation system going online in Sedgwick County.  The new system is able to activate sirens in select areas of the county instead of county wide activation.  John Crosby, deputy director of Sedgwick County Emergency Management stands by a map that shows the coverage of the news sirens that are also being installed.
Randall Duncan, director of Sedgwick County Emergency Management, demonstrates a new tornado activation system going online in Sedgwick County. The new system is able to activate sirens in select areas of the county instead of county wide activation. John Crosby, deputy director of Sedgwick County Emergency Management stands by a map that shows the coverage of the news sirens that are also being installed. The Wichita Eagle
Randall Duncan, director of Sedgwick County Emergency Management, demonstrates a new tornado activation system going online in Sedgwick County. The new system is able to activate sirens in select areas of the county instead of county wide activation. John Crosby, deputy director of Sedgwick County Emergency Management stands by a map that shows the coverage of the news sirens that are also being installed. The Wichita Eagle

Tornado siren upgrade in Sedgwick County nearly complete

March 12, 2012 05:00 AM

UPDATED August 05, 2014 06:49 PM

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