Standoff over in Sun Valley

The standoff in Sun Valley has come to an end.

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Sandra - 4/25/2013 7:33 AM
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I GOT the call from emergency community service call center ( caller id said) The automated voice said There is a incident in prgress on chocolate drive an ALL SunValley HOME OWNERS SHOULD STAY IN THERE residence ? why home owners? JUST ALL SEEMS LIKE AN 'over kill' over 30 emergence vehicles and A helicopter flew over the valley for 2 hrs during all this just SO much for this...$$$$$$ over kill !

Just Me - 4/24/2013 4:12 PM
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My question wasn't about a phone call and being as how I don't reside in that area I wouldn't have received a reverse 911 call anyway. I was simply asking why the news stations didn't mention anything about the Sun Valley Head Start class being on a code red lock down. Is it because they're not part of WCSD? As far as the Code Red System goes, I feel people should be made more aware of it's existence. How can people utilize the service when they don't know anything about it?

kdavis52 - 4/24/2013 2:25 PM
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I got the call about the time every school did only because I signed my number up for LOCAL CODE RED ALERTS. If you had signed your phone number up for this important alert system you would have known that Sun Valley was on high alert.

Just Me - 4/24/2013 2:10 PM
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The Sun Valley Neighborhood Center, which houses Senior Services and a Head Start classroom was put on a code red lock-down. Why was that not reported?
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