HAMILTON COUNTY, Ohio — No need to worry if you heard sirens Monday morning — it was an operator error, according to Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency.
The sirens were temporarily set off just before 9 a.m. during a routine training, the agency said.
The Hamilton County Outdoor Warning sirens were temporarily activated this morning as a result of an operator error during routine training. The sirens were briefly activated for several seconds this morning before being cancelled. There is no action required by the public.— Hamilton County EMA (@HCEMA) February 22, 2021
Some residents in Warren County heard the sirens go off too.
02/22/2021: If you are in the southern portion of Warren County you may have heard Hamilton County's outdoor warning sirens activate this morning. There is no severe weather threat and they are working to determine the cause.— Warren County EMA (@WCEMAOhio) February 22, 2021