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S.F. emergency warning system is full of bugs, city says

newly upgraded public warning system intended to alert city residents of an earthquake, terrorist attack or other emergency is riddled with bugs and can only be heard by roughly half of San Francisco, city officials said Thursday. The $2.1 million Outdoor Warning System, which consists of 65 sirens across San Francisco, has been plagued by problems with its hardware and software since installation wrapped up this summer. Full Story

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