PO’IPŪ, Hawaii (KHON2) — Around 10 p.m. on Aug. 8, residents in the Poʻipū region of Kauai heard emergency sirens that are usually reserved for weather emergencies.
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The County of Kauai wants its Poʻipū residents to know that the sirens were a false alarm.
The sound was apparently due to a mechanical issue, there is no weather emergency at this time.
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