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PostPosted: Thu Sep 16, 2021 6:15 pm 
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Real Name: Magnus
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Happened to be returning from OC at the date of recording. I was talking to Luke about the Model 7 that I had found in Leipsic a couple days prior. He told me it did a noon blast, and I couldn't pass up the opportunity to record a never before recorded siren. While I was at the 7, waiting for it to go off, I just so happened to see something that looked suspiciously like a Model 2 from the corner of my eye. I got ol' faithful out (my powershot) and zoomed in on it. It was, in fact, a Model 2. A newer unit, too. I decided to go to it instead, because I thought that this replaced it, because why would two sirens (one newer than the other) be so close together? Turns out, they're both used.
This unit is from around 2016-2018, because it doesn't show up on satellite and the logos are faded. The Model 7 got restored at some point.
Kent County, DE has a weird testing schedule. We have no clue how it works. There might be different county zones or something. But, Smyrna, Clayton, and Leipsic all go off Monday-Friday at noon.

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