CARLISLE Ind. (WTHI)- Safety concerns are an issue in one local community.
News 10 told you yesterday about a tornado siren that's out of service in Carlisle, Indiana.
That siren was struck by lightning and will not be up and running again for weeks.
Two months, that's how long town leaders in Carlisle expect the tornado siren will be out of service.
We could get severe weather at any time, so this has many people concerned.
People in town will not get notified of severe weather through the town's siren.
A local woman said this has her concerned for her and her family's safety
"I was really kind of devastated because we have a lot of old people that live here and we have a lot of people that are handicap disabled and they really need that," Kim Hurteau.
"My number one priority is going to be to take care of my family and my neighbors as much as I can," said Hurteau.
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