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Cryptic emergency alert panics Oregon city's residents

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posted on May, 30 2018 @ 11:22 PM
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Cellphone Alert !!

Capitol city of Oregon !!

Civil Emergency !!

Prepare for Action !!

.... balance of alert cut off and panic went into full swing !!

Some kind of "normal" water/algae problem.

"Tests get no rest"

Big Government Alert planning boondoggle πŸ˜ŽπŸ”‘πŸ”“

Cryptic emergency alert panics Oregon city's residents

Oregon's emergency alert systems blasted a cryptic alert to cellphones around the capital city, panicking residents by telling them simply "Civil Emergency" and "Prepare for Action" and leaving off that the threat was toxic algae at a local water supply.

Officials wanted to warn Salem-area residents Tuesday night that elevated levels of a natural toxin caused by the algae bloom had made area tap water unsafe for children and people with compromised immune systems. But that information got cut off, and a more ominous-sounding default message went out in its place, said Andrew Phelps, head of the state emergency management agency.

Officials sent a second message 31 minutes later with more information and a link to a municipal website.



better than being lost in space




posted on May, 30 2018 @ 11:23 PM
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a reply to: xuenchen

Smells like someones boiling frog......



posted on May, 31 2018 @ 12:35 AM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
Cellphone Alert !!

Capitol city of Oregon !!

Civil Emergency !!

Prepare for Action !!

.... balance of alert cut off and panic went into full swing !!

Some kind of "normal" water/algae problem.

"Tests get no rest"

Big Government Alert planning boondoggle πŸ˜ŽπŸ”‘πŸ”“

Cryptic emergency alert panics Oregon city's residents

Oregon's emergency alert systems blasted a cryptic alert to cellphones around the capital city, panicking residents by telling them simply "Civil Emergency" and "Prepare for Action" and leaving off that the threat was toxic algae at a local water supply.

Officials wanted to warn Salem-area residents Tuesday night that elevated levels of a natural toxin caused by the algae bloom had made area tap water unsafe for children and people with compromised immune systems. But that information got cut off, and a more ominous-sounding default message went out in its place, said Andrew Phelps, head of the state emergency management agency.

Officials sent a second message 31 minutes later with more information and a link to a municipal website.



better than being lost in space




The alert was for water toxicity. Blue algae was found in the lake that supplies water to various cities, the largest being Salem. Warning that anyone will illnesses, immune system ailments, pregnancy, and children under 6 to not drink city water.



posted on May, 31 2018 @ 01:15 AM
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a reply to: xuenchen

These criminals are defintiely testing something lately. They are documenting the results and factoring it into whatever the hell situation they are planning on perpetrating.



posted on May, 31 2018 @ 01:19 AM
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originally posted by: imthegoat

originally posted by: xuenchen
Cellphone Alert !!

Capitol city of Oregon !!

Civil Emergency !!

Prepare for Action !!

.... balance of alert cut off and panic went into full swing !!

Some kind of "normal" water/algae problem.

"Tests get no rest"

Big Government Alert planning boondoggle πŸ˜ŽπŸ”‘πŸ”“

Cryptic emergency alert panics Oregon city's residents

Oregon's emergency alert systems blasted a cryptic alert to cellphones around the capital city, panicking residents by telling them simply "Civil Emergency" and "Prepare for Action" and leaving off that the threat was toxic algae at a local water supply.

Officials wanted to warn Salem-area residents Tuesday night that elevated levels of a natural toxin caused by the algae bloom had made area tap water unsafe for children and people with compromised immune systems. But that information got cut off, and a more ominous-sounding default message went out in its place, said Andrew Phelps, head of the state emergency management agency.

Officials sent a second message 31 minutes later with more information and a link to a municipal website.



better than being lost in space




The alert was for water toxicity. Blue algae was found in the lake that supplies water to various cities, the largest being Salem. Warning that anyone will illnesses, immune system ailments, pregnancy, and children under 6 to not drink city water.


DO you buy that?

Would one start off an alert about an algae bloom in the water with "CIVIL EMERGENCY!" and "Prepare for action" ???
edit on 31-5-2018 by KansasGirl because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 31 2018 @ 01:34 AM
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a reply to: xuenchen

Dang I thought they got a message that now they would have to work instead of getting free benifits,or a call to order of BLM



posted on May, 31 2018 @ 05:27 AM
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originally posted by: KansasGirl

originally posted by: imthegoat

originally posted by: xuenchen
Cellphone Alert !!

Capitol city of Oregon !!

Civil Emergency !!

Prepare for Action !!

.... balance of alert cut off and panic went into full swing !!

Some kind of "normal" water/algae problem.

"Tests get no rest"

Big Government Alert planning boondoggle πŸ˜ŽπŸ”‘πŸ”“

Cryptic emergency alert panics Oregon city's residents

Oregon's emergency alert systems blasted a cryptic alert to cellphones around the capital city, panicking residents by telling them simply "Civil Emergency" and "Prepare for Action" and leaving off that the threat was toxic algae at a local water supply.

Officials wanted to warn Salem-area residents Tuesday night that elevated levels of a natural toxin caused by the algae bloom had made area tap water unsafe for children and people with compromised immune systems. But that information got cut off, and a more ominous-sounding default message went out in its place, said Andrew Phelps, head of the state emergency management agency.

Officials sent a second message 31 minutes later with more information and a link to a municipal website.



better than being lost in space




The alert was for water toxicity. Blue algae was found in the lake that supplies water to various cities, the largest being Salem. Warning that anyone will illnesses, immune system ailments, pregnancy, and children under 6 to not drink city water.


DO you buy that?

Would one start off an alert about an algae bloom in the water with "CIVIL EMERGENCY!" and "Prepare for action" ???

Indeed.
And they just happened to leave out the part about the blue algae in the water.... the important facts.
Sure does seem weird.



posted on May, 31 2018 @ 11:57 AM
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originally posted by: KansasGirl

originally posted by: imthegoat

originally posted by: xuenchen
Cellphone Alert !!

Capitol city of Oregon !!

Civil Emergency !!

Prepare for Action !!

.... balance of alert cut off and panic went into full swing !!

Some kind of "normal" water/algae problem.

"Tests get no rest"

Big Government Alert planning boondoggle πŸ˜ŽπŸ”‘πŸ”“

Cryptic emergency alert panics Oregon city's residents

Oregon's emergency alert systems blasted a cryptic alert to cellphones around the capital city, panicking residents by telling them simply "Civil Emergency" and "Prepare for Action" and leaving off that the threat was toxic algae at a local water supply.

Officials wanted to warn Salem-area residents Tuesday night that elevated levels of a natural toxin caused by the algae bloom had made area tap water unsafe for children and people with compromised immune systems. But that information got cut off, and a more ominous-sounding default message went out in its place, said Andrew Phelps, head of the state emergency management agency.

Officials sent a second message 31 minutes later with more information and a link to a municipal website.



better than being lost in space




The alert was for water toxicity. Blue algae was found in the lake that supplies water to various cities, the largest being Salem. Warning that anyone will illnesses, immune system ailments, pregnancy, and children under 6 to not drink city water.


DO you buy that?

Would one start off an alert about an algae bloom in the water with "CIVIL EMERGENCY!" and "Prepare for action" ???


Indeed I do buy it. I live in the area. There was/is nothing nefarious about what happened. Trust me, it was the first thing on my mind when the alerts came in.



posted on May, 31 2018 @ 01:59 PM
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a reply to: xuenchen
Salem heh? It's gotta be the witches. Yes, yes, blame the witches.



posted on May, 31 2018 @ 02:12 PM
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originally posted by: KansasGirl
DO you buy that?

Would one start off an alert about an algae bloom in the water with "CIVIL EMERGENCY!" and "Prepare for action" ???


This line in the article

But that information got cut off, and a more ominous-sounding default message went out in its place, said Andrew Phelps, head of the state emergency management agency.


The actual algae alert was replaced with a generic message is what I get from that.

Truth? Who knows at this point. There have been so many glitches in the alert systems in the US and even Japan that one has to wonder if these glitches are intentional to gauge public reaction.



posted on Jun, 1 2018 @ 11:37 PM
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originally posted by: Subrosabelow

originally posted by: KansasGirl
DO you buy that?

Would one start off an alert about an algae bloom in the water with "CIVIL EMERGENCY!" and "Prepare for action" ???


This line in the article

But that information got cut off, and a more ominous-sounding default message went out in its place, said Andrew Phelps, head of the state emergency management agency.


The actual algae alert was replaced with a generic message is what I get from that.

Truth? Who knows at this point. There have been so many glitches in the alert systems in the US and even Japan that one has to wonder if these glitches are intentional to gauge public reaction.

Yes, that's what I am wondering. I suppose it could just be that more cities are using more and different alert systems, so the incidence of glitches would rise....could be the explanation. Or one explanation, other than gauging public reaction.

But this is a conspiracy theory site.....I think something is up with all of the "glitches."




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