HONOLULU (KHON2) — After receiving multiple reports of a siren sounding in the Waialua area of Oahu, state officials said there is no emergency.

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According to Hawaiʻi Emergency Management Agency, the siren sounded off to what appeared to be an electrical malfunction beginning at around 9:20 p.m.

At around midnight, the sirens went off again and the State Warning Point agency issued a “cancel” command.

HI-EMA said they have technicians doing a further investigation of the incident to determine the cause.

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According to HI-EMA, there are more than 400 sirens in the State’s all-hazard outdoor siren system. With many of these sirens being in the areas of wildlife a most common source of siren malfunctions is an animal intrusion.