LOMIRA, Wis. - Mechanical wiring issues have caused the severe weather warning sirens in Lomira to sound twice this month, police said.
On May 5 and 15, mechanical wiring issues caused the emergency severe weather warning sirens to sound, according to the release.
The sirens were unable to be shut off for a period of time until they could be repaired by Frontier Communications and the Village of Lomira Department of Public Works, officials said.
Frontier Communications has told village officials that the wiring problem has been repaired and the sirens are fully functional, according to the release.
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