Several local residents called The Anniston Star around 11 p.m. to report a chemical warning siren sounding in the Golden Springs area. Police say there is no emergency.
Mike Abrams, spokesman for the chemical weapons incinerator, confirmed that.
"I can confirm that there is no emergency at the incinerator," Abrams said.
Abrams noted that the incinerator is now in a maintenance phase and is not burning weapons at this time.
Calhoun County Emergency Management spokeswoman Marissa Brimer said she was looking into the cause of the sirens.
(UPDATE 11:14 p.m. EMA spokeswoman Marissa Brimer also confirmed that the siren was malfunctioning. She said the siren has been turned off. Cause of the malfunction is still unknown, Brimer said.)