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4. Event List

October 5, 05:31 A.M.
The MSP duty officer is notified via MPSCS that Mackinac county has lost its 911 communications. The cause of the loss is not yet clear.
October 5, 05:48 A.M.
Presque Isle county looses public safety communications. There are reports of unusual weather.
October 5, 05:57 A.M.
The National Weather Service office at Marquette reports tornado-like radar features along the Lake Michigan shore, however conditions are not conducive to tornadoes.
October 5, 06:17 A.M.
Due to multiple counties loosing 911 communications, Governor Rick Snyder orders partial activation of the State Emergency Operations Center.
October 5, 06:28 A.M.
Muskegon county looses 911
October 5, 06:31 A.M.
Huron county looses 911
October 5, 06:49 A.M.
The National Weather Service office at Grand Rapids reports unusual radar signatures along the Lake Michigan shore, not unlike those observed by NWS/MQT.
October 5, 06:58 A.M.
Because of the unexplained and increasing nature of events around the state, Captain Chris Kelenske determines that a full activation of the SEOC is called for.
October 5, 07:09 A.M.
Saint Clair county looses 911
October 5, 07:20 A.M.
Director Kelenske declares the SEOC operational
October 5, 07:41 A.M.
The Michigan State Police is unable to contact Presque Isle county via MPSCS
October 5, 07:58 A.M.
Berrien county looses 911
October 5, 08:00 A.M.
The State Emergency Operations Center, KD8MTL, broadcasts situation information to the Section.
 

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