Autauga County Emergency Management Agency

Autauga County Weather Sirens Back Up an Running

Autuaga EMA officials say the county’s tornado warning systems have been repaired, but they are still advising residents in the area to take other precautions to stay weather aware. EMA Director Ernie Baggett says it was lightening that took out the counties tornado siren systems, for around 18 hours. Officials have so far only performed a ‘silent test’ and are waiting…

Autauga County EMA Working to Fix Weather Siren Outage

According to the Autauga County Emergency Management Agency, crews working as quickly as possible to repair the county’s Tornado warning system. As a result, the county currently has no warning system and does not have an estimate on when the repairs will be completed. Stay will Alabama News Network for the updates to the story and also download the ANN…