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domingo, 14 de enero de 2018

Hawaii Residents, Vacationers Run For Bomb Shelters as Paradise Turns to Panic

Residents and tourists in Hawaii woke up Saturday to the one thing they most feared – an urgent alert about an imminent missile strike on the Pacific islands.

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un has threatened to attack Hawaii with his nation’s burgeoning ballistic missile arsenal, though experts remain unconvinced the hermit state’s projectiles possess the kind of accuracy needed to hit such a small target.

Nevertheless, the idea of North Korean missiles, possibly topped with nuclear warheads, heading their way gave Hawaiians the fright of their life.

The early morning alert, which was sent to hundreds of thousand of mobile phones, read:

BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.

Reuters reported that vacationers and locals alike were crying and scrambling for bomb shelters or the most secure structures they could find.

Only 38 minutes later was a second message sent stating that it had been a “false alarm.”

Apparently, someone had hit the “wrong button” during a routine test at the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency.

Understandably, that left a lot of folks frustrated, as they wondered why the error was not more quickly corrected.


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