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Siren tests to take place Thursday

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency Director Steve Jones says siren tests were not conducted today as was planned because of stormy weather.

Jones says the EMA plans to conduct the test at 3:30pm Thursday if the weather is not a factor. 

The agency says it will initiate testing on sirens in North Montgomery County first and then move to the ones located in South Montgomery County.

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