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Sirens from Aarhus Harbour cause unrest

Sirens from Aarhus Harbour cause unrest

15-12-2016 12:00:00


Shortly after 9:00 this morning, sirens started blaring in Aarhus city center. The sound appeared to come from the harbor area of Aarhus, prompting many calls to the East Jutland Police.

However, it was actually an exercise of a company that accidentally caused the sirens to go off, the East Jutland Police told DR. There is no question of a major fire or pollution, as many feared.

There was no pre-sent warning that the sirens could be activated. It took up to ten minutes before the sirens stopped emitting the characteristic blares.

Source: The editors of Maritime Denmark and DR/News


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