Louisiana police accidentally use “Purge Siren” to signal coronavirus curfew

 Louisiana police accidentally use “Purge Siren” to signal coronavirus curfew

Citizens complained about the similarity of the sirens, recognisable from the film in which for a 12-hour period all crimes are allowed – the beginning of which is signalled by a distinguished siren sound. A siren made familiar by the horror film The Purge was used by the police department of Crowley, Louisiana to notify Acadia Parish residents of the start of a coronavirus-enforced curfew.

Crowley Police had told residents of Acadia Parish that the curfew siren would be different to regular sirens, but Crowley Chief Jimmy Broussard was not familiar with the association to The Purge – and that the sound effect will be changed moving forward.

Louisiana police accidentally use “Purge Siren”

Louisiana police accidentally use “Purge Siren” to signal coronavirus curfew. The Police Chief said the department was not familiar with the association and has apologised.

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A statement was released by Acadia Parish Sheriff, K.P. Gibson, on behalf of the department: “Last night a ”Purge Siren” was utilised by the Crowley Police Department as part of their starting curfew. We have received numerous complaints with the belief that our agency was involved in this process.

“We were not involved in the use of the “Purge Siren” and will not utilise any type of siren for this purpose. Calls regarding this matter should be directed to the Crowley Police / Chief Broussard and not the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office.”

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