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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Topic - Harvey Rutherford
The television was on and tuned to forecasters' dire warnings of an impending storm when Greg Tomlyanobich heard a short burst from a tornado siren blare after midnight. Then silence. Then rumbling.
Considering the tornado struck at night and the sirens were damaged, it's remarkable that there wasn't a greater loss of life, Chief Rutherford said.
Police Chief Harvey Rutherford said the tower that was supposed to send a repeating signal to the town's tornado siren system was knocked out.