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SAN CLEMENTE, CA - DECEMBER 6: Evening sets on the San Onofre atomic power plant December 6, 2004 in northern San Diego County, south of San Clemente, California. Electric companies are reportedly saying that nuclear energy could disappear from California within a decade if the state rejects plans to spend $1.4 billion repairing the aging generators at the San Onofre and Diablo Canyon nuclear power plants. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

It’s an alarm NO ONE wants to hear. An alarm was accidentally set off Tuesday morning and it was definitely by accident.  “I can confirm there are no issues at the plant,” said Diane Screnci, senior public affairs officer at NRC, Region 1. “The (alarm) actuation was inadvertent, Seabrook is operating normally. The company is aware and is looking into the issue.”  Tell that to the thousands of people who heard it and acted accordingly. Imagine you’re on the beach and you heard an alarm telling you there was a problem and you had to evacuate immediately. People panicked and there still hasn’t been the best explanation as to what happened. You can listen to the false alarm below: