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This Guy Is Rating Emergency Alert Sounds On TikTok & Canada’s Isn’t Even The Worst

But the emergency alert sounds in other countries are actually pretty nice! 🚨

TikTok Videos Rating Emergency Alert Systems Are So Accurate

Every Canadian has probably been seriously startled by an Amber Alert at least once in their life. However, it may surprise you to know that some countries actually have alerts that are way, way worse!

An Australian guy has been sharing TikTok videos rating Emergency Alert System alarms from around the world and while some are seriously scary, others are actually pretty gentle.


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In the first video, TikTok-er Calvin Krause takes on Emergency Alert System sounds from countries like the United States, Japan, Australia and Israel.

While some receive top scores (we're looking at you, Italy), others are lacking what Krause refers to as "spice."

After the original TikTok video was watched more than 19.1 million times with over 4.7 million likes, the Aussie creator followed up with two more versions.


Answer to @skidurm wowowowowowowow #EAS #EASalerts #fyp #xyzcba #rating #4u #ADayInMyLife #WeDoNotCare #SydneyLockdown

The second and third installments of the Emergency Alarm System TikTok series feature alert sounds from places like Malaysia, South Korea, Norway and Ireland.

One even sounds just like Super Mario!


Reply to @vlitzerbr boing #EAS #EASalerts #fyp #xyzcba #rating #4u #ADayInMyLife #WeDoNotCare #SydneyLockdown

In part two, he rates Canada's emergency alert sound as 7 out of 10 and says that the noise could "wake me up from a coma." We feel ya, Calvin!

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