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In the early 1950s the only siren sound were the ones made by the electromechanical sirens. The siren had its beginnings in World War II when similar designs and similar sounding sirens were used as air raid sirens. After the war was over, Federal Signal Corporation began to sell the siren to different police departments and fire rescue departments. The siren quickly became popular as one of the most effective traffic clearing devices

In the early 1950s the only siren sound were the ones made by the electromechanical sirens. The siren had its beginnings in World War II when similar designs and similar sounding sirens were used as air raid sirens. After the war was over, Federal Signal Corporation began to sell the siren to different police departments and fire rescue departments. The siren quickly became popular as one of the most effective traffic clearing devices

In the early 1950s the only siren sound were the ones made by the electromechanical sirens. The siren had its beginnings in World War II when similar designs and similar sounding sirens were used as air raid sirens. After the war was over, Federal Signal Corporation began to sell the siren to different police departments and fire rescue departments. The siren quickly became popular as one of the most effective traffic clearing devices

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In the early 1950s the only siren sound were the ones made by the electromechanical sirens. The siren had its beginnings in World War II when similar designs and similar sounding sirens were used as air raid sirens. After the war was over, Federal Signal Corporation began to sell the siren to different police departments and fire rescue departments. The siren quickly became popular as one of the most effective traffic clearing devices

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In the early 1950s the only siren sound were the ones made by the electromechanical sirens. The siren had its beginnings in World War II when similar designs and similar sounding sirens were used as air raid sirens. After the war was over, Federal Signal Corporation began to sell the siren to different police departments and fire rescue departments. The siren quickly became popular as one of the most effective traffic clearing devices

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from Hupy and Abraham, S.C.

Wisconsin DOT Announces January Spike in Traffic Deaths

January 2012 sees highest incidence of traffic fatalities in recent years, according to Wisconsin Department of Transportation.

Today Federal Signal's Q2B siren is still in wide use. The majority of users of the Q Siren are fire departments, although some ambulances and heavy rescue squads have employed the Q-siren.

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