I was wondering why the civil defense sirens didn't sound during the storm on Friday night.
I remember 3-4 years ago when we had the storm that went up Lincoln Avenue. After that they said anytime the winds reached 60-65 mph, the sirens would be sounded. Who dropped the ball?
I read in today's edition, Tuesday, June 20, that winds were recorded at 60 mph in Fremont. Well if that's the case why weren't we warned? Because you couldn't watch it on TV, Most people didn't have any power.
I think winds had to be over 60 mph to do the type of damage seen around town. Fremont you disappointed me on this one.