Sirens Accidentally Go Off in Teton County, Wyo.
(JACKSON, Wyo.) – Emergency sirens in Teton County, Wyoming went off after they were accidentally triggered Thursday afternoon. Officials say they were testing radio console equipement that inadvertently caused the sirens to activate county wide. They say that in the event of a real emergency, the sirens would go off for at least three minutes, urging residents to tune in to media outlets for more information.