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Humboldt County's Tsunami Siren System 

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A: Orick Fire Station. 41.290671, -124.056999
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B: Big Lagoon Park Road, County Park Parking Lot. 41.163390, -124.131311
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C: Trinidad Wharf. 41.056666, -124.148169
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D: Moonstone Beach. 41.029896, -124.111580
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E: Clam Beach State Park. 40.995085, -124.113801
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F: Arcata Water Treatment Facility. 40.855264, -124.090377
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G: Manila, End of Lupin Drive. 40.851954, -124.168014
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H: Samoa Fire Station. 40.817065, -124.186873
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I: Woodley Island. 40.809765, -124.160192
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J: Fairhaven Fire Station. 40.786245, -124.200139
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K: King Salmon, PG&E Facility. 40.739984, -124.211541
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L: Fields Landing Boat Launch. 40.725716, -124.220132
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M: Shelter Cove, Black Sands Beach. 40.04534,-124.07722
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N: Shelter Cove, Lower Pacific Road. 40.03316,-124.07705
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O: Shelter Cove, Upper Pacific Drive. 40.02528,-124.069171
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A: Orick Fire Station. 41.290671, -124.056999

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