Thesaurus / siren
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A surveillance video from a private home, broadcast by WRC-TV, shows a moped traveling near Seventh and Kennedy streets NW followed by a police vehicle with its lights and siren on.

Police video shows fatal crash as D.C. officers attempt to stop moped driverPeter Hermann, Justin Jouvenal, Julie ZauzmerOctober 30, 2020Washington Post

The statement said the officer was traveling westbound on East Capitol Street and approaching Southern Avenue with his emergency lights and sirens activated.

Horns honking, planes making their very-final descent, sirens heckling from around the neighborhood — they come with the territory of performing outdoors in any city.

In fact, it would be hard to draw more attention without the help of some sirens and a bullhorn.

Harmon cranked up his siren and flashed the cruiser’s red and blue lights.

Maine Hires Lawyers With Criminal Records to Defend Its Poorest Residentsby Samantha Hogan, The Maine Monitor, with data analysis by Agnel PhilipOctober 6, 2020ProPublica

Several springy wires sprouted from the headgear—picture a portable hard drive hooked up to a police siren enclosure—and disappeared into a backpack.

The ancient name of Naples, from the siren Parthenope, who is said to be buried there.

As the big craft, dipping her ensign and blowing her siren, heaved ahead, a shout of enthusiasm went up.

Then they bent to their oars with giant strokes, and in a little while were safe under the Siren's guns.

Twelve Naval CaptainsMolly Elliot Seawell

It was the vessel's siren blowing a greeting to the young adventurers of the air.


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