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    August 16, 2018
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THIS IS A TEST Emergency sirens within a 10-mile radius of the Talen Energy Susquehanna nuclear power plant near Berwick will sound on Thursday, Aug. 16 at 1 a.m., as part of an annual test of the siren system. No public action is required. The sirens will sound once with a steady signal lasting three minutes. After the sirens sound, local Emergency Alert System radio and television stations will carry a message about the test These sirens are part of a comprehensive emergency system that would be used to help alert you and your family in case of an emergency at the plant or for non-nuclear emergencies such as floods, fires and severe storms. The sirens alert you to tune to local Emergency Alert System radio and television stations for further information Important emergency preparedness information is posted to the Susquehanna Nuclear Power Plant website at https://susquehannanuclear.com/emergencyplanning/. Early this year Susquehanna nuclear also mailed an Emergency Brochure to local residents, which contains instructions about what you may be asked to do in the unlikely event of an emergency at the plant. Please review this information regularly with your family members so that, if you must act, you are prepared IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE TALEN ENERGY SUSQUEHANNA ENERGY INFORMATION CENTER TOLL-FREE AT 1-866-832-4474 TALEN ENERGY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE,INC.