False Alarm of Missile Threat to Hawaii
Alert retracted by Hawaiian officials
Saturday, January 13, 2018 1:30:00 PM -06:00
A Civil Emergency Alert was received from Hawaii's Emergency Management Office indicating that Hawaii was under ballistic missile attack. This alert was shortly thereafter withdrawn by Hawaiian officals. There was no threat of missile attack. The alert was sent in error by someone in the Hawaiian Emergency Management Office.
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