GHSU siren test 11 a.m. today

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Outdoor sirens at Georgia Health Sciences University will be tested today at 11 a.m.

The sirens are part of GHSU’s mass notification system, which includes voice messages, text messages and emails. An emergency is signified by a loud, steady siren tone. In the event of a real emergency, seek shelter in the nearest building.

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soapy_725 09/05/12 - 09:57 am
GRU...... GRU...... GRU..........

Move on, move on, forget the things you have seen,
Life in River City will be better if we move on.

my.voice 09/05/12 - 12:38 pm
The sirens are part of GHSU’s

The sirens are part of GHSU’s mass notification system, and you are hereby commanded to face towards Daniel Field (AKA: GRU International Airport) and pray to Azziz, the God of Medicine

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