Building alarm in East Sacramento was not SMUD’s alarm, utility says

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An alarm that sounded in eastern Sacramento for more than half an hour was not from the Sacramento Municipality’s utility district, the company said. A spokesperson for SMUD told KCRA 3 that the alarm appeared to have sounded from its 59th Street location along Folsom Boulevard in East Sacramento, but it is not known what triggered it or what time it was. did. The spokesperson also clarified that the alarm was not an SMUD alarm, but rather a county air raid system. the alarm has since been silenced. It’s a developing story. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest news.

An alarm that sounded in eastern Sacramento for more than half an hour was not from the Sacramento Municipality’s utility district, the company said.

A spokesperson for SMUD told KCRA 3 that the alarm appeared to have sounded from its 59th Street location along Folsom Boulevard in East Sacramento, but it is not known what triggered it or what time it was. did. The spokesperson also clarified that the alarm is not an SMUD alarm, but rather a county air raid system.

Viewers calling KCRA 3 say the alarm went off for over half an hour, but KCRA 3’s Melanie Wingo confirmed around 11:10 p.m. that the alarm has since been turned off.

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This is a developing story. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest news.

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