So this morning I got that EAS alert tone screaming at me from my phone.
It was an Amber Alert. This one was for a missing child in Delta, Ohio.
I am in Pittsburgh. Delta, Ohio is about 25 miles west of Toledo near the
Toledo Express Airport. Over 250 miles from my location. Curious then
why this was routed to my phone. I am used to getting them for Steubenville
or the Youngstown area, places relatively close to Pittsburgh. But Delta?
One of my kids lived in Toledo until recently. Could some geotracking be
stuck in this phone indicating that I have been in and out of Toledo a few times
in the past year?
Or is the EAS Amber Alert system just that screwed-up?