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William & Mary to Test Emergency Notification System

William & Mary students expressed upset after two speakers came to the college and expressed or represented controversial viewpoints. (WYDaily/Courtesy W&M News)
(WYDaily/Courtesy W&M News)

WILLIAMSBURG — William & Mary will test its emergency notification system on Wednesday, Sept. 20 at 12:15 p.m., including the emergency sirens on campus.

Speakers for the 120-decibel siren system are stationed above the Integrated Science Center, William & Mary Law School on South Henry Street and the School of Education building off Monticello Avenue.

The university notes in the event of a real emergency, people in the community who hear the siren may check for information and instructions at wm.edu/mobileapps/.

Members of the local community can also follow emergency news through the William & Mary News Facebook and Twitter pages as well as the free W&M mobile app.

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