American Signal T-128, Full Alert: French Lick, Indiana (Orange Co. Tornado Siren Test, HD)





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Published on Mar 30, 2012

This is a video documenting the weekly test of the tornado sirens in Orange County, Indiana. Tests are normally conducted most Fridays at Noon EST. Orange county has six sirens which consists of mostly Whelen Hornets.

This particular American Signal T-128 that is located along S. Forest Drive, otherwise known as, State Highway 56. It is located on a tall utility pole and has lights hooked up at the bottom that is owned by the car lot. It is actually on the lot's property as well and was installed there a few years back.

First off, sorry for the quality. I was somewhat upset of the video quality myself too. The problem was that I was further than what I normally would be for a recording, but because there were no other places to park without attracting too much attention (like driveways) I could not park anywhere else. There was also a busy highway nearby and you can possibly see the tops of the large trucks (and exhaust fumes) during parts of the video. The good thing was that I got a good distance recording of it which shows the performance of the T-128 with traffic noise.

Orange County, Indiana: Outdoor Warning Siren Map

South-Western Indiana Sirens (This is siren #9.1 on map) (Collaborated)


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