Public opinion sought on sirens after...

Public opinion sought on sirens after three tornadoes sweep Brunswick

There are 1 comment on the The Medina Gazette story from Jul 14, 2014, titled Public opinion sought on sirens after three tornadoes sweep Brunswick. In it, The Medina Gazette reports that:

Just as a tornado touched down around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and began tearing a seven-mile path across Liverpool Township and into Brunswick Hills Township, warning sirens sounded across much of Medina County.

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Ned

Medina, OH

#1 Jul 19, 2014
They put the sirens up so they should be used. I find it hard to believe that a hacker stopped the use of them. Medina City puts theirs off first Saturday of every month and when we had all those tornados around a month or two ago, we knew it!

Not everyone keeps a phone attached to their ear or on their hip. Brunswick your excuses are old and just turn them back on.

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