• Here's What the Hawaii Missile Alert Looked Like on People's Phones

    5 days ago - By Time

    A false alert about a ballistic missile in Hawaii Saturday sent the state - and the internet - into a panic.
    Authorities confirmed the alert was an error, and Hawaii's Governor David Ige said he was meeting with authorities to determine what caused the alarm.
    According to screenshots, the alert read, “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”
    Eugene Tanner-AFP/Getty ImagesA screenshot shows messages of emergency alerts on Jan. 13, 2018 for residents of Hawaii
    Here are some of the screenshots and stories circulating on social media.
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  • Video shows the horrifying moment when a false ballistic missile threat alert interrupted a soccer game on TV in Hawaii

    Video shows the horrifying moment when a false ballistic missile threat alert interrupted a soccer game on TV in Hawaii

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    People in Hawaii woke up to a frightening emergency alert Saturday morning which warned of an impending missile targeting the state. It was a false alarm.
    The alert interrupted radio and TV stations across the state.
    Watch the harrowing moment when it disrupted a soccer game.
    People in Hawaii were sent into a panic Saturday morning when they received the following emergency alert on their phones: "Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill."
    State officials quickly retracted the warning and clarified that there was no threat to Hawaii. A second...
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  • Panic ensues after false alarm warns of incoming ballistic missile threat to Hawaii

    Panic ensues after false alarm warns of incoming ballistic missile threat to Hawaii

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    People in Hawaii panicked when they got an emergency alert on their phones warning of an incoming ballistic missile threat.
    Officials quickly confirmed afterward that the alert was a false alarm and had been sent out by mistake.
    People in Hawaii were sent into a panic Saturday morning when they got an emergency alert on their phones that said, "Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill."
    Officials said quickly after that the alert went out by mistake and was a false alarm.
    The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency tweeted , "NO missile threat to...
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  • False ballistic missile alert goes out in Hawaii

    False ballistic missile alert goes out in Hawaii

    5 days ago - By WCVB

    An alert warning people a ballistic missile was incoming to Hawaii and to seek shelter was a false alarm.
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