This type of new tornado siren near the corner of Central and Tyler will soon be replacing existing sirens in Sedgwick County.  The new models cover a wider area and are linked a new control system that will be able to pinpoint the activation of the sirens to a more selected area instead of county wide.
This type of new tornado siren near the corner of Central and Tyler will soon be replacing existing sirens in Sedgwick County. The new models cover a wider area and are linked a new control system that will be able to pinpoint the activation of the sirens to a more selected area instead of county wide. The Wichita Eagle
This type of new tornado siren near the corner of Central and Tyler will soon be replacing existing sirens in Sedgwick County. The new models cover a wider area and are linked a new control system that will be able to pinpoint the activation of the sirens to a more selected area instead of county wide. The Wichita Eagle

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