The new 'emergency notification system' will be put into place next year to replace an existing siren that sounds in the event of a crisis. The current siren is regarded as inadequate way of warning people living in Plymouth, Devon - an area which is described as "hazard rich" - due to the dockyard's nuclear facilities, its Royal Navy weapons depot, a large petrol terminal, a fuel depot and a gas pipeline. So in the event of a nuclear leak, residents living within a 2km (2000m) zone around the site will receive a text message warning them of the danger. The messages will be sent to mobile phones and landlines, giving information on the incident and advice on what to do in order to protect themselves. Giles Perritt, Plymouth City Council's lead officer on civil protection, said: "It will be a warning not just of radiological threats but anything in that part of the city. "We have identified that the dockyard siren does not really do the trick in terms of letting people know quickly." Mr Perritt said in addition to the "20,000 households along the estuary", other areas of the city such as Ernesettle, Torpoint and Saltash will receive texts. Some residents have dismissed the idea as "ridiculous". ( www.telegraph.co.uk )
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