Sirens briefly sounded across the the region this morning, but officials are stating that it was an error.
The Campbell County Dispatch and Emergency Management has confirmed that it was not their sirens, but rather Hamilton County's, which were accidentally activated.
According to Hamilton County Emergency Management officials, the sirens sounded in error.
"The Hamilton County Outdoor Warning sirens were temporarily activated this morning as a result of an operator error during routine training. The sirens were briefly activated for several seconds this morning before being cancelled. There is no action required by the public," a statement from Hamilton County emergency officials reads.
Emergency officials said a press release will be put out shortly with additional information.