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No sirens? Brown Co leaders say storm response appropriate

7:10 AM, Aug. 27, 2013
Apple Creek campers recall storm: 'This is getting...
Apple Creek campers recall storm: 'This is getting...: Campers at Apple Creek Campground near Wrightstown talk about how they had little or no time to take shelter from the Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013, storm that ripped through southern Brown County.
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The controversy over the response to severe storms earlier this month in Outagamie County has not spread to its northern neighbor.

Sirens didn't sound before severe storms on Aug. 7 swept across the southern part of the Brown County, causing damage estimated at $2.8 million. But the siren didn't go off according to county protocols, Emergency Management Director Paul Gazdik said.

Because the National Weather Service did not issue a tornado warning before the storm struck, and because no trained weather-spotter reported a funnel cloud, emergency dispatchers had no reason to activate ...

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