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Published: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 @ 2:05 PM
HAWAII — For the first time since the Cold War, Hawaii will be monthly tests of a nuclear warning siren system aimed at alerting residents to an impending nuclear missile strike, according to a report from CNN.
Starting Friday, the state will begin the monthly tests, which will be part of the overall test of the statewide warning siren system, the report said, which cites the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency.
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At 11:45 a.m. on the first business day of each month a steady alert signal will sound from speakers for 50 seconds, which will then be followed by a 10-second pause and then an “attack warning” signal for 50 seconds, CNN reported.
Hawaii sits about 4,600 miles from North Korea and CNN reported the state would have about a 20-minute heads up before a missile launched by Kim Jong Un’s regime would strike the U.S. islands.
Published: Sunday, January 21, 2018 @ 11:44 PM
Updated: Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 2:46 AM
NEW CARLISLE —
UPDATE @ 4:55 a.m: Power is steadily being restored in Clark County with only a reported 15 customers experiencing an outage.
Power was cut off as a safety measure after a corn silo collapsed Sunday night prompting crews to investigate the building.
UPDATE @ 3:35 a.m: Over 300 customers are without power in Clark County after a corn silo collapse caused crews to cut the power in order to investigate the incident.
The collapse occurred late Sunday night at Miami Valley Feed & Grain around 11:40 p.m.
Crews will be working all night into tomorrow and there’s no word on how long the outage will have customers without power.
We will monitor the DP&L outage map and continue to update the story.
Ohio 571 (Jefferson Street) will be closed while officials continue to investigate what caused a non-injury silo collapse Sunday night.
Crews were initially called to Miami Valley Feed & Grain at 880 W. Jefferson St. around 11:40 p.m. on reports of an explosion.
After a preliminary investigation, it was determined that one silo collapsed, rather than exploded, and partially damaged another building as well as caused 10,000 tons of corn to cover Ohio 571.
“What residents heard when they thought they heard explosions were the transformers blowing when the debris hit them”, said Steve Trusty, Chief of New Carlisle Fire Department.
Officials do not believe anyone is trapped as a result of the collapse, as the company said no employees were on site at the time but will further investigate the building to confirm.
The silo collapse took out at least three power poles and power lines, which caused a brief power outage that has since been restored to all area residents.
Crews will be on scene all night until midday tomorrow while they continue their investigation.
An Ohio Fire Marshal has also been called to the scene and will assist with the investigation tomorrow.
Drivers are encouraged to use Scarf Road as the detour while Ohio 571 (Jefferson Street) is blocked off.
Published: Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 4:15 AM
PREBLE COUNTY — There is a reported structure fire in the 2400 block of Aukerman Creek Road that occurred early Monday morning, per initial reports.
The incident was reported as a barn fire around 3:50 a.m. and multiple mutual aid has been requested.
Published: Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 4:31 AM
TODAY: Some passing, isolated rain showers will be possible this morning. We could also see some spotty fog as temperatures push into the upper 50s. A cold front will move in and rain will be widespread, arriving after lunch and lasting into the evening. Winds will pick up, gusting around 20 to 30 mph at times. Expect a few rain showers to linger into the night.
TUESDAY: Some passing rain and snow showers will be possible during the day. It’ll be breezy and colder with highs in the mid to upper 30s. Road temperatures will be warm, so not much expected to stick, but wet snow will taper off Tuesday night.
WEDNESDAY: Cold morning the 20s with partly cloudy skies. It’ll be a cool afternoon as highs peak in the mid-30s with a breeze.
THURSDAY: Sunshine arrives through the day as temperatures are warmer than normal in the upper 30s.
FRIDAY: A very nice end to the work week as highs push above normal into the upper 40s. We’ll see sunshine through the afternoon.
Published: Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 12:35 AM
Updated: Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 12:27 AM
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