FPL Testing Individual Emergency Sirens Through March  

FPL Testing Individual Emergency Sirens Through March


  1. LUCIE COUNTY – In addition to the quarterly test of the outdoor warning system for the St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant on Thursday, March 3 at noon, Florida Power & Light Company will conduct individual maintenance and testing on each of the 90 sirens within the 10-mile St. Lucie plant emergency planning zone.

Starting Monday, Feb. 28 through the end of March, FPL staff will check each siren with a pre-announcement and post-announcement check and a 10-second air horn sounding. Work will be done between 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. each day, Monday through Friday. This will be done for each siren one at a time until all have been checked.

In the unlikely event of an actual emergency at the St. Lucie plant, the sirens would sound for at least a five-minute period. Official instructions or information would follow on local radio and television.

For more information on St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant emergency plan, please visit the following website: https://www.stlucieco.gov/departments-and-services/public-safety/radiological-information.

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