Call it a nuclear test. But not one that should cause alarm.
Ginna Nuclear Power Plan in Wayne County will be running its sirens as a test on May 5th. There are a total of 96 sirens in a 10 mile radius around the plant.
Each will be tested for 3-5 minutes for effectiveness.
Those sirens would be used to alert people for more information in the case of a real emergency.
The facility provides power to nearly 500,000 homes.Want the latest headlines in your inbox each morning? Click here to sign up for our Morning Edition and Sunday Insight newsletters. They are dedicated to keeping you in the know. You can also download the FingerLakes1.com App for Android (All Android Devices) or iOS (iPhone, iPad)