The Ohio State Emergency Management Agency held a statewide tornado drill on Wednesday morning.
A spokesperson with the Franklin County said all 196 sirens worked.
In Licking County, EMA director Sean Grady, said they did not put people in the field to check each siren. He said he has to wait for phone calls to see which siren did or didn’t work.
NBC4 went to a siren on 3000 Knollwood Drive. It failed the county test last week, but neighbor said they heard the siren, Wednesday, for the first time in a couple of years.