In all communities in the Nuburg-Scrobenhaus district, it will be louder on Saturday, April 10: a test alarm will sound from the siren system. What is this all about?
On Saturday, April 10, at 11.30 am, a two-minute continuous tone of one minute, the so-called fire alarm, will sound in all communities in the Neuberg-Scrobenhaus district. As stated in a press release, the test alarm from the Integrated Control Center Ingolstadt Triggered, the functionality of the fire brigade’s siren and alarm receiver in the Neuberg-Scrobenhaus district is investigated.
Testing alarms in the Neuburg area: Further siren tests are scheduled
Further siren tests are planned to be conducted on 3 July, 9 September and 2 October. At the same time, the Federal Emergency Information and News App, or Warnap NINA for short, will be commissioned by the district office on Saturday. With this and other free apps (such as CatWorne or Biwapp), important warning messages may be received from civilian security for various hazardous situations such as the spread of hazardous substances or major fires. Optionally also for the current location. Weather warnings from the German Meteorological Service and flood information from responsible officials in the federal states are also part of Warnap. (No.)
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